Criminal law

Criminal lawyers for enterprises

If your company is involved in criminal proceedings, we would be pleased to represent your interests. Delissen Martens has very experienced lawyers specialising in corporate criminal law and criminal tax law. We provide expert legal assistance to large companies in high-profile fraud and corruption cases, but we also advise and act as lawyers for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). In large criminal cases, we will put together a team of lawyers to contribute the legal, financial, economic and fiscal expertise needed for your case.

Are you in doubt about whether or not your company must take certain steps? We can undertake preventive criminal risk scans for you. We take responsibility for your legal concerns, so that you will be able to concentrate on your business operations.

We undertake preventive criminal risk scans for enterprises. In large criminal cases, a team of lawyers is formed to cover every aspect of the proceedings. That way, the requisite financial, economic and tax expertise will also be brought together. A criminal case can be won through proper preparation and timing, not at the court hearing.

Criminal law for private persons

The criminal lawyers at Delissen Martens work together with top experts to assess forensic evidence.

Military criminal law

Military criminal law is a sub-speciality within criminal law. The criminal lawyers at Delissen Martens are among the few lawyers in the Netherlands with extensive experience in this area of law.

/ Team Criminal law

Carene (C.M.H.) van Vliet

Carene (C.M.H.) van Vliet

Attorney at law/partner

Hendrik (H.) Sytema

Hendrik (H.) Sytema

Attorney at law/partner

Bas (B.D.W.) Martens

Bas (B.D.W.) Martens

Attorney at law/managing partner

Niels (N.) Genemans

Niels (N.) Genemans

Attorney at law

Any questions about criminal law?
Please contact Bas (B.D.W.) Martens

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