Criminal law

The Cetraro Law Firm carries out legal assistance and advice in the field of Criminal Law, defending, in compliance with the Law, the rights of the persons investigated or accused in criminal proceedings or of persons offended by the crime.

The legal assistance of the Firm boasts a particular experience gained in criminal law starting from the study of the results of the investigations up to the subsequent choice of the most appropriate procedural rite. It offers personalized legal support, defined from time to time by the different needs of the client.

It carries out a punctual updating activity, to follow the rotation of rules and jurisprudential guidelines; each criminal case is treated with particular attention, giving great importance to the study of the case and to the preparation of the best defense strategy.

The Firm employs collaborators and experts specialized in consultancy and technical assistance in favor of its customers who are involved, albeit in different capacities (suspected / accused and / or victims of crime) in criminal proceedings.

The Firm, in step with the times, has expanded its skills in the Criminal Law sector and is now able to provide assistance and advice in the following areas:

  • Writing of complaints and lawsuits;
  • Protection of victims of crime by establishing a civil party;
  • Prison assistance;
  • Defensive investigations;
  • Opposition or request for precautionary measures;
  • Request for abbreviated rites and alternative measures to detention;
  • Offenses against the person or committed within the family;
  • Offenses against property;
  • Road crime;
  • Offenses against the administration of justice;
  • Tax offenses and against the Public Administration;
  • Corporate and bankruptcy offenses.

Cass. Pen., SS.UU., sentence no. 51 of 02.01.2020: “(…) The results of the captive activity cannot be used for crimes unrelated to the catalog of art. 266 of the Italian Criminal Code.”

Cass. Pen., Section VI, sentence no. 1228 of 14.01.2020: “(…) The presentation at the hearing of the instrument of incorporation is a mere explanation of the mandate, if conferred with the right to make use of substitutes.”

Cass. Pen., Section III, sentence no. 1420 of 15.01.2020: “(…) Particular tenuity of the fact does not apply to liability pursuant to Legislative Decree n. 231/2001. The offense is only the historical assumption of responsibility, which is aimed at sanctioning the organization’s guilt of organization.