Economic crime

Economic offenses are significant in legal practice and regulated by the Criminal Code and special rules. Their importance is due both to the large number of cases involving financial, banking, and economic offenses, given the proliferation of this type of crime, and to the problems of criminal prosecution in understanding them (as they involve financial schemes that are often highly complicated), as well as in the approach to criminal investigations of this type (investigation plan).

There is no doubt that the investigation of economic crime is more complex than in other areas, both because of the purely technical nature of most economic and financial schemes and because of the complexity and the brutal way in which evidence is administered in a criminal case of this kind, which makes the assistance of a lawyer essential if you are accused of committing such a crime.

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