7 Zabotinski St. Moshe Aviv Tower 27th floor
Ramat Gan Israel, 52520
Firm: Guy Flanter, Israeli Criminal & Military Lawyer
Our firm practices Criminal & Military Law, focusing on representing clients who do not have a criminal record.
Apart from large corporations such as banks and telecom companies, our client-base includes executives and professionals from all occupations, including lawyers, accountants and doctors, public servants, as well as members of the armed and security forces.
The firm provides suspects under investigation with legal advice, prepares them for interrogation and represents defendants in various criminal legal proceedings.
The firm's professional record includes dozens of complex and sensitive cases requiring a high level of security clearance. It is highly experienced in convincing the prosecution (in pre-trial hearings) not to submit indictments, in litigating complex cases in courts and tribunals, canceling pending criminal indictments, acquittal of defendants and ending criminal cases with a non conviction verdict.
Born in Israel, 1965. Admitted in Israel 1995. Member of the Israel Bar Association.
Academic Degrees: University of Warwick, UK, Law, 1993 ( LL.B).
Positions: Former head of Anti-Terror Section in the IDF's Central Command Intelligence Corps. Served at the Israel Security Agency. A certified Advocate in the Israeli Military Courts. Member of the Prosecution Committee and of the Army & Security Committee, Israel Bar Association. Member of the Criminal Forum, Israel Bar Association. Following his internship with the top white collar advocates Dan Sheinman and Uri Wagman, Adv. Flanter joined the Israeli State Prosecution in the mid-90s, representing the State of Israel in various criminal cases as a Prosecutor. During these years, Adv. Flanter conducted criminal prosecutions in all the Peace Courts of the Central District, prosecuted "serious crime" cases in the Tel Aviv District Court and appeared in various Criminal Appeals for the State. Adv. Flanter represented his fellow Prosecutors from the Central District in the National Organization of State Prosecutors, and was appointed member of a special Law Enforcement National Task Force, established to fight property related fraud. In 1999, Adv. Flanter resigned from the State Prosecution and established an independent Law Firm that practices Criminal Law, Military Law and Disciplinary Law in Israel, focusing on representing clients who do not have a criminal record.
Affiliations & Memberships:
Member of the Prosecution Committee and of the Army & Security Committee, Israel Bar Association. Member of the Criminal Forum, Israel Bar Association.
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