We do not run the law office, we provide service.

„What the system of justice needs the most are brave judges. Judge is the one who interprets the law and whose word is final. Judges are often under pressure of public and media. The prevailing opinion is that the justice happens when someone is convicted. On the other hand, the dropped charges are perceived negatively. Harsh punishments are popular and positively perceived. Therefore, it is impossible to put equal sign between punishment and justice.

This is true even more when there is increasing emphasis to decide about guilt by courts and publicly. Consequently, also innocent people end up being judged by the courts. The public is nowadays confronted with fragmented and shallow information provided by media and one sentence or one article concentrates information generated by long and complex proving process. In my opinion, the judge who is not afraid to issue unpopular verdict and who is ready to face media criticism is the most important factor in the system of justice.“

An illustrative example what to expect

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Legal Issue

If we have a legal issue, we contact a lawyer. He is insured, bound by the obligations laid down for this profession, such as, in particular, his confidentiality, obligation to refrain from any conflicts of interest, and performance level. His professional skills are verified both by meeting the requirements before being recorded in the Lawyer Register and by market references.

Agency activities in any sports, security, culture, or real estate activities do not meet the specified requirements. In principle, legal services are only provided by lawyers, with the exception of notaries, etc. Tending to other people’s legal matters on a regular basis and for a fee represents the provision of legal services, and only a lawyer is authorised to do so. That is why we will seek one.

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Remuneration for Legal Services

A legal service is a service that a client requires to enforce his interests through legal means. There is no need to be ashamed to agree on service terms. As the client usually requires from the others, he should subsequently honour agreed terms and conditions as well. The client should know what issue he wishes to resolve and how much such a resolution will cost. The remuneration is contractual – hourly, tariff-based – according to the regulation and proportional – to one’s successful issue resolution.

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Court Access

We enter the court through a security frame watched by the court security officers. We must not endanger the justice with any dangerous items and, therefore, we get rid of any metal objects before entering the frame. We do not enter the courthouse with any weapon. Items evaluated as weapons must be left with the court security officers. After removing a belt, we hold our trousers with our right hand and put metal items in a basket with our left hand. We recommend that women do not wear any distinctive metal hairpins.

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Civil Lawsuit

A trial usually takes place before a single judge. A lawyer always sits closer to the court because he represents the participant, usually speaking on his behalf. In opposite situations when the client constantly needs to speak, no representation is needed.

The trial is public.

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Criminal Lawsuit

The client may have a lawyer and in some cases, he must even have one. This is called a mandatory defence. The client chooses his lawyer and pays according to his agreement with him, or the state assigns him an ex officio lawyer. If the client is found guilty, he must reimburse the state for his ex officio lawyer’s services. Even in these cases, although it sometimes seems so, the lawyer is not free.

The client does not choose his ex officio lawyer, he is appointed by the state. Please, do not call us to take your case ex officio, it is not possible.

A criminal lawsuit is recorded in its entirety. Verbal communication is recorded, mostly the essential things.

First, both the witness and client testify themselves on what they know about the matter, then they answer the questions of the senate chairman, followed by the observers, public prosecutor, plaintiff’s representative, lawyers, and finally other clients – defendants.