Taking a Russian family to give statements at the detention center.
This case involves a family matter, and there are pre-court procedures where the court orders the children to provide statements at the detention center beforehand.
This is because questioning the children requires the expertise of professionals and should be done in a non-coercive manner, ensuring the children are comfortable when providing truthful answers.
Today, I served as both an interpreter and a lawyer to accompany the Russian family to give their statements before the upcoming court appearance next month.
I’m here to provide assistance.