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Are you involved in a criminal litigation and need a lawyer to know your rights?
We intervene quickly and efficiently in complex criminal proceedings in which there is an international component (the person being investigated, or the victims, are foreign).
The BCVLex Abogados team are experts in international criminal law and advises companies and individuals resident in Spain or France on matters or litigation related to the neighboring country.
We are closer than you imagine: we have main offices in Madrid and Bordeaux and have offices in Paris and Barcelona at your disposal. It is now much easier to meet your interests and needs in person.
We have been providing customized solutions for more than 30 years in more than 15 areas of law that today are part of our most demanded services.
We develop our functions under strict values, among which ethics, commitment, and transparency stand out; always ready to handle your case successfully.
Our experience is rich and varied. It includes criminal proceedings arising from collective disasters for the investigation of potential criminal liability or, among others, crimes of:
Our goal is to provide the best possible advice to our clients and to guarantee their right to a fair trial.
At BCVLex, we are willing to evaluate your case for free to help you find a solution as quickly as possible.
2 Rue des Trois Conils 33000 Bordeaux
Tel: +33 (0) 5 57 01 36 36
C/ Velázquez 34, planta 6, oficina 601, 28001 Madridd
Tel: +34 91 577 6368
C/ Roger de Llúria 84, Pral 08009 Barcelona
Tel: +34 93 100 53 17
We are international criminal lawyers specialized in law related to criminal matters that involve people, companies or organizations in different countries. Our attorneys have experience representing people accused of international crimes, which may include drug trafficking, money laundering, fraud, terrorism, war crimes, and crimes against humanity, among others.
Our international criminal lawyers can also represent victims of international crimes, as well as advise companies and organizations on compliance with international criminal laws. Our experience as international criminal lawyers is endorsed by having specialized training in international criminal law and having in-depth knowledge of the legal systems of different countries and international law.
International criminal law refers to the laws and norms that govern the prosecution and punishment of serious international crimes, such as genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and aggression. These crimes are considered of special concern to the international community and are considered serious violations of international law.
International criminal law applies to both individuals and entities, including states and international organizations. International courts, such as the International Criminal Court, are responsible for investigating and prosecuting these crimes.
Lawyers specializing in international criminal law have in-depth knowledge of international treaties and laws governing these crimes, as well as the procedures and rules applicable in international courts. They also represent people accused of these crimes and victims of them.
As experienced international criminal law attorneys, our roles can vary based on the specific case and client needs, but some of the more common roles include:
International litigation refers to legal disputes involving individuals, companies, or governments from different countries. These disputes can arise for a variety of reasons, such as violation of international contracts, intellectual property disputes, international regulatory compliance issues, among others.
International litigation can be very complex due to the cultural, linguistic and legal differences between the countries involved. For this reason, lawyers specializing in international litigation must be familiar with the laws and regulations of the countries involved, as well as legal procedures and cultural and negotiation norms.
International disputes may be resolved through international arbitration, international courts, national courts or out-of-court dispute resolution agreements. The choice of the appropriate route depends on the type of litigation, the parties involved and the interests at stake.