Avocats Liberté – English Spoken

Avocats Liberté speak English – call us for help with your criminal procedures


Criminal justice informs how society responds to criminal offences. Most often this comes in the form of a criminal penalty.

Court orders govern fines, offences and crimes depending on the relevant procedures and the nature of the acts committed.

Rights of Defence form a crucial part of this. A solicitor must be present at every stage of the process, from initial suspicion to sentencing. This is now permitted by law.

The Law now guarantees the possibility of having a solicitor present when an individual is first summoned by the police as a suspect or as a victim of crime.


Consultation, advice, assistance and aid with:

  • Detention
  • Free hearing
  • Appearing before the Public Prosecutor
  • Appearing before the Examining Magistrate
  • Appearing before the Judge of Freedoms
  • Deputy Public Prosecutor
  • Mediator
  • Police Court
  • Criminal Court
  • Specialized courts for organized crime
  • Courts of Assize
  • Appearance with prior admission of guilt
  • Surveillance court
  • Criminal law
  • Criminal business law
  • Criminal labour law
  • Criminal financial law
  • Criminal environmental law
  • Prison law
  • Discrimination law
  • Victims’ rights



Our firm is made up of 9 solicitors, including 4 partners, a legal practitioner and 5 assistants who form a cohesive unit with complementary skills.

Our firm will assist you in the development of any project, ensuring your rights are respected as well as your legal defence, before any non-jurisdictional body.


Your solicitor will inform you

Your solicitor will be the person responsible for informing you of any legal developments and keeping you up to date with the practical impact they will have.

Your solicitor will advise you

Your solicitor will act independently to determine the feasibility of your project. This will be in strict accordance with the relevant regulations and your needs will always be put first.

For each of our clients, our firm will carry out an objective assessment of the situation and work with them to determine the best strategy to employ.

Your solicitor will help you

Your solicitor will help you negotiate and finalize your agreements.

Our firm will help you to understand the scope of your commitments and, where necessary, will assist you in finding transactional solutions within the negotiation framework.

Enlisting the help of a solicitor is the best way to guarantee your negotiated agreement – any correspondence between a solicitor and their client and any correspondence relating to negotiations between solicitors is covered by the obligation of professional secrecy, in accordance with article 66-5 of the law from 31st December 1971.

Your solicitor will draw up proceedings

Your solicitor will be responsible for all written proceedings (contracts, statutes, corporate deeds, commercial and professional contracts, business capital agreements and the sale of commercial and liberal funds, legal deeds, civil partnerships, custody agreements and lasting power of attorney).

Your solicitor is empowered by the law to draw up legal deeds which constitute evidence of the writing and the signature of contracts, including those in relation to third parties.

Your solicitor will prevent any risks

Your solicitor will analyse and prevent any risk of litigation.

Along with CEOs, craftsmen, traders, farmers as well as individuals, we will carry out an assessment of your work and your issues in order to come up with solutions adapted to preventing legal and litigation risk (contracts, training in risks relating to legal matters, Human Resources support, family and financial contracts, etc.)

Your solicitor will defend you

When a contentious decision is the only possible solution to ensure your rights are properly respected, or when the individual has been summoned before the court, your solicitor is the only person authorised to represent you and to argue your case before a certain number of jurisdictions.

Our office will take up cases before all judiciary, arbitral or administrative jurisdictions.