Эффективная защита в области уголовного права

Oleg Vyshinskyhas 30 years’ experience of legal practice including 14 years in investigation and over 10 years in practice as advocate.
From 1992 to 2006 Oleg worked in investigative units of the law enforcement as a major case investigator, financial crimes investigation (banking and finance) department head, the first deputy head of the Main Investigative Department of the Volgograd oblast, head of the Department for the Investigation of Organized Criminal Activity at the Department of Internal Affairs of the Kaliningrad oblast.

Oleg specializes in defending against financial, white-collar and tax criminal cases. He conducted defence of the municipal and federal executive and legislative branches heads, famous entrepreneurs, and top managers of state corporations. He took part in defending the accused extradited from Israel and Poland, and was engaged in cases tried by the jury, has a verdict of acquittal.
Oleg Vyshinsky is recommended by Best Lawyers for Criminal Law in Russia, and for Criminal Law (Group 1) in an individual ranking by Pravo-300.

Criminal, criminal procedural, corporate, civil, tax, bankruptcy, housing, family, labour laws and finance.

1992 – USSR Higher School of Investigation(Volgograd) (now Volgograd Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs), Jurisprudence.
1996-1997 – Volgograd Academy of Public Service, Banking and Finance.

The most high-profile cases for the last eight years:

  • Defending a former president of a state corporation Avtodoraccused of misappropriating state funds in an amount of 1.8 bn rubles.
  • Defending a former head of Moscow City Construction Departmentaccused of fraud, abuse of office, and bribe receipt while executing state procurement.
  • Defending theMinistry of Internal Affairs regional office head accused of larceny in an especially large amount during land alienation. Criminal charges were dropped during pre-investigation on the basis of absence of corpus delicti.
  • Providing legal support in extraditing entrepreneur Viktor Bogdan, the so-called ‘Amber King’, from Poland, who was accused during amber marketsphere of influence redivision. In 2016, the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland refused to extradite Bogdan upon the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation request in order to prosecute him within the Russian Federation.
  • Defending public officials of the regional government accused of receiving bribes during a bidding procedure.
  • Defending I. Rudnik, journalist and Kaliningrad Regional Duma member, accused alongside with the former Chief Inspector of the Authorized Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for the Northwestern Federal District of extorting 50,000 USD from General V. Ledenev, Kaliningrad Oblast Investigative Committee Office head. The criminal case was investigated in the Main Department for Investigation of Major Crimes of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation. Following the Moscow District Court of St. Petersburg decision, the defendants' actions were recategorized from extortion to arbitrariness, both released from custody in the courtroom.
  • Obtaining a jury’s verdict of acquittal in a criminal case sent to the court bythe investigator of the MainOffice of the Investigative Committee of the Russian FederationY. Burtovoy, the prosecution of which was supported by the prosecutor of the General Prosecutor's Office M. Reznichenko. Investigator Burtovoy specialized in investigating criminal cases following personal instructions of the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation A. Bastrykin, such as the Yukos case, the Furgal case, etc. Prosecutor M. Reznichenko supported the prosecution in the cases against Magnitsky and Browder, PUSSY RIOT, Udaltsov, Razvozhaev, and other members of the opposition.