Defence in court

The counsel builds defence for the client based on particularities of the given case. The chosen tactics must correspond to the principles of the defence strategy.

In court the accuser and the defence speak the language of evidence and petitions. The counsel, just as the prosecutor, has the right to examine witnesses, present evidence and study such evidence. The court acts as an outside watcher and delivers a judgement on the case based on the presented evidence and arguments.

The accuser presents the prosecution’s case, and the defence deflects it and puts arguments of the prosecutor’s office into doubt. It may happen that the prosecutor agrees with the counsel and withdraws the charges if they are unfounded.

Some of the questions that arise at the stage of a criminal trial:

What tactics and strategy will be the most effective ones?

What petitions have to be submitted?

What evidence has not been obtained by the prosecution, and which evidence should be submitted in court?