Classic features of the average corruption case demonstrate that suspects are apprehended, cash is arrested and removed and a lengthy criminal investigation phase initiated. In more complex cases the economic effect of connected party transactions is examined. However, transactions involving money or other benefits are not always bribery. Investigators often operate with a limited amount of information about suspects’ activities and so may not see the context of a particular activity in the broader picture. Collaboration with the investigation in the sense of presenting, explaining and proving various aspects of the circumstances under investigation is of the essence in distinguishing corrupt from non-corrupt activities. After examination of the full factual background our experts will develop a defence strategy to be used either in communication with police and the prosecutor or during the defence in court.
- Representation during apprehension / search.
- Representation during interrogation / confrontation.
- Representation before, during and after trial.