Criminal law is the branch of law which entitles the state to avenge offence and crime, to punish the offenders. Criminal law means not only theft and personal injury or even murder and manslaughter. Also as "an average citizen" you can get fast in the crosshair of the law enforcement agencies. An incomplete tax return or a glass of wine too much when driving a car can result in unexpected contact with police or public prosecutor's office. At this moment it depends on getting skilled council and assistance quickly to reduce the results on a tolerable measure. Cases from the area of narcotic offences and juvenile law are covered regularly.
Special focus is on the following topics even across national borders:
Capital crimes War crimes and crimes against humanity Terrorism and organized crimes Narcotics Shipping related crimes Professional misconduct by lawyers Criminal actions in the area of sports Liability of mountain guides and skippers Criminal responsibility for sports injuries Doping