Why do you need a lawyer under these circumstances?
The law does not specify the powers and procedure, but the presence of a witness indicates that it provides advice or clarifies rights. These may be the minimum services that a witness rights lawyer is able to provide to his client.
Under art. 55 of the Constitution, every citizen has the right to a defence. The Criminal Code states that any citizen may become a witness. The same law mainly uses such an individual to investigate a case quickly, but it is often the case that the investigating authorities use the witness in an irregular manner. That’s when we step into the business - the Law Company «RIYAKO&PARTNERS».
What our witness rights lawyers are proposing
Article 63 of the Constitution states that everyone has the right to refuse to give evidence about himself, his family and close relatives. This article is not presented in the best light by law enforcement agencies. Company «RIYAKO&PARTNERS» offers you a complete package of witness protection services:
- Clarification of rights;
- Precise elaboration of the evidence;
- Assistance in drafting documents;
- complete investigation.
Почему выбирают «RIYAKO&PARTNERS»?
The law company «RIYAKO&PARTNERS» is a staff of highly qualified employees who are specialists of their business. Witness rights protection is a simple service that is easy to perform. We have experience in legal practice, representation of interests in court, commercial and other state structures. We work with each individual client and guarantee an individual approach. The lawyer assigned to you carries out the full support of the client and, if necessary, the whole team works on the specific task. All specialists of the company are available at any time for the client and are ready to provide operational assistance by phone or in person. Payment for services is made in any convenient way for the customer - in cash or by bank transfer. You can easily use the online payment service.
Criminal proceedings cannot be conducted without qualified criminal defence counsel. The special status of a witness in a criminal case is the responsibility and certain risks to which a person with the status of witness must be prepared for any developments in the investigation and the conduct of law enforcement agencies.