Our firm’s lawyers have gained experience in the criminal proceedings listed below.
Are you involved in a criminal trial? We can help you!

REGULAR CRIME TRIALS

Regional court
Court of appeal
Cassation at the Supreme Court of Cassation
We also have experience in cases with juvenile suspects.

These procedures may involve different accusations, such as:

  • Organized crime
  • Violent crimes (homicide, assault, causing grievous bodily harm, public violence, vandalism)
  • Sexual offenses
  • Property crimes (theft, handling of stolen goods, extortion, embezzlement, money laundering)
  • Fraud (forgery, false travel documents, skimming, fraudulent bankruptcy)
  • Human trafficking, deprivation of liberty, abduction
  • Threatening, defamation, stalking
  • Drug offenses (smuggling, importing, exporting, possessing, dealing hard drugs , growing cannabis
  • Violation of the Arms and Ammunition Act
  • Tax offenses
  • Economic crimes
  • Traffic offenses
  • Military Criminal Law

 

PRETRIAL DETENTION PROCEEDINGS

  • Arrest en police custody)
  • Pre-trial detention judges (first instance court and court of appeal)
  • Requests for interruption of pre-trial detention
  • Objection to being kept incommunicado (without means of communication)

 

SPECIAL PROCEEDINGS

  • Objection to the refusal to access the case file
  • Objection to the refusal to return confiscated property
  • Objection to the refusal to return a driving license
  • Request for dismissal of the case
  • Appeal against a sentence imposed by the prosecutor
  • Deprivation proceedings (confiscation of illegally obtained profits)
  • Request for compensation after acquittal
  • Objection to the inclusion of a convict’s profile in the DNA database
  • Request (by the prosecutor) for the execution of a conditional sentence
  • Objection to conversion of community service into custody
  • Review proceedings
  • Pardon

INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

  • Extradition
  • European Arrest Warrant (extradition in Europe)
  • Transfer of Sentenced Persons (conversion by the Dutch judge of a foreign prison sentence, after which it can be served in the Netherlands)
  • Permission to transfer evidence to foreign authorities

PENITENTIARY LAW

Complaints concern matters such as placement and selection, disciplinary penalties, and leave

VICTIMS

The firm represents both defendants and victims

  • Objection to not-prosecuting an offense
  • Assistance in filing a claim fo the injured party
  • Speaking on behalf of the victim in court