Administrative criminal law
Violations of the Working Conditions Act, the Foreign Nationals (Employment) Act and numerous other special laws may lead to investigations and proceedings under both criminal law and administrative law. Ten Holter Noordam advocaten can assist you in both areas.
Proceedings under both criminal law and administrative law
Imposing an administrative penalty or shutting down works are possible actions under administrative law. Under criminal law, investigations may be launched by the Fiscal Intelligence and Investigation Service (FIOD), the Social Affairs and Employment Inspectorate (Inspectie Sociale Zaken en Werkgelegenheid), the Criminal Investigations Department (ISZW-DO), the Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate (Inspectie Leefomgeving en Transport) and the Intelligence and Investigation Service (ILT-IOD). These investigations may subsequently lead to criminal prosecution by the Public Prosecution Service.
A proactive approach increases the likelihood of a positive outcome
We know from experience that the sooner we are involved in the case, the greater the chance of a positive ruling. We can advise you in a timely manner on your rights and obligations, and strategy for the proceedings. Response to questions or demands made by an official investigations department or supervisory authority We are often allowed access to the case file prior to a hearing. Most clients require advice on how they should proceed when an administrative fine is imposed or when they are subjected to criminal prosecution. With the help of the information in that file, we can discuss with you which approach and strategy are advisable in the proceedings.
Thanks to the close collaboration between our employment law, administrative law and criminal law specialists, we can handle your defence across a broad front.