Criminal defence has traditionally been an area of strength for Dacheng.
As part of the firm’s strategic goal of enhancing the scale, professionalism and brand-name recognition of its practice, Dacheng will be operating its criminal defence practice as a standalone practice area independent of its other litigation and dispute resolution work, with a specialist team of criminal defence lawyers dedicated to the defence of corporate and white-collar crimes.
All members of Dacheng’s Criminal Defence team are experienced lawyers with a deep knowledge of both corporate and criminal law, all having graduated from elite Chinese universities and the majority holding post-graduate degrees in criminal law or criminal procedural law.
In addition to their solid intellectual and theoretical foundation, a number of Dacheng’s Criminal Defence lawyers have considerable experience working in criminal prosecution and court proceedings for the state (whether in the public security bureau, the people’s procuratorate or the people’s courts).
Dacheng’s lawyers are experts at dealing with the most significant, challenging and complex corporate criminal cases.
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This material has been sourced from the Dacheng website.
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