Criminal Cases

Our firm has extensive experience in criminal cases and specialize in not only general criminal cases, but also special criminal cases including major financial crimes such as the Money Laundering Control Act and Securities and Exchange Act.

Our firm provides a full range of services (including assistance with civil disputes arising from criminal cases) in the traditional criminal areas of embezzlement, fraud, breach of trust, theft, forgery, assault, obstruction of reputation, obstruction of liberty, and obstruction of sexual autonomy, including description of litigation procedures, analysis of legal elements and penalties, interpretation of the pros and cons of the evidence, follow-up litigation strategy planning, assessment and response to unforeseen situations, analysis of practical insights, settlement negotiations, and pre-trial advice. We provide each client with the most thorough preparation, analysis, and planning to ensure the best interests of the clients.

Our firm is experienced in handling major financial crimes such as Securities and Exchange Act (e.g., insider trading, special breach of trust, financial statement misrepresentation, etc.), the Banking Act, and aggravated fraud, etc. In addition to providing basic consultation services on relevant laws and regulations, we also focus on developing strategies that are in the best interest of our clients during the investigation stage, fully grasping the facts and evidence during the trial stage, advocating for our clients' rights in litigation, and closely examining the evidence on file. In addition, we have irreplaceable experience and expertise in courtroom defense, providing the most solid protection for our clients.

Money Laundering Control Act was officially implemented on June 28, 2017. The main focus of this amendment is to re-establish the order of financial flows and to implement the recommendations of the Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF). Our firm provides a complete set of recommendations on the matters to be followed and the points to note in practice after the amendment (including recommendations for general industries, financial institutions and designated non-financial businesses or personnel). We also assist clients in establishing a comprehensive anti-money laundering management, notification, and examination system by distinguishing different control points according to the process stages.

Our firm has accumulated extensive experience in litigation in the areas of Anti-Corruption Act, Tax Collection Act, Business Entity Accounting Act, Trademark Act, Copyright Act, Organized Crime Prevention Act, Pharmaceutical Affairs Act, Controlled Drugs Act, Narcotics Hazard Prevention Act and Civil Servant Election and Recall Act. In addition to studying cases in depth as a defense lawyer, we also have the perspective of both the judge and the prosecutor, and we have irreplaceable expertise and experience to fight for the best interests of our clients through the application of trial psychology.