Committed to Protecting the Rights of High-End Clients Accused of International Crimes
Criminal law in the United States can be very complicated. Whether a person is accused of a sex crime, violent or white collar crime, the penalties can be severe. But what happens when a person is accused of committing a crime and is facing charges in another country? Not all countries abide by the same laws. Some have justice systems that call for far more severe punishments. However, there is an international criminal justice organization dedicated to enhancing cooperation between police organizations throughout the world. INTERPOL, also known as the International Police Organization and based in Lyon, France, complies with law enforcement agencies in 188 different countries. One warrant issued by INTERPOL can restrict a person’s ability and can result in their arrest. If you have been accused of an international crime, it is vital to have a team of INTERPOL and international warrant attorneys on your side to protect your rights and interests.