Administrative (criminal) law

So-called administrative criminal law is increasingly being used in the context of enforcement. This could include the administrative fine, the withdrawal of a permit under the BIBOB Act, the closure of a building under the Opium Act, but also a measure involving your driving license from the CBR. All these sanctions are categorised as an administrative decision. The use of administrative law is often faster and more efficient for the government. That means that you may be even more dependent on specialist help to do something about it. Knowledge of both criminal and administrative law is necessary. Strategic action is vital. You have come to the right place for this.

Has the supervisory agency announced an investigation, imposed an administrative fine or have you been confronted with another administrative measure? Please contact us directly. Our specialized criminal lawyers have a lot of experience with these administrative procedures. It is precisely through a combination of knowledge in administrative and criminal law that we can provide high-quality customized work. We can help you find a quick and adequate solution. If you contact us, we will outline what you can expect from us and we will work with you to find the best solution.