Andrey Tuzov specializes in fraud, embezzlement and misappropriation, and abuse of power in the private and public sectors, as well as in crimes against government services and state and municipal authorities. He has experience representing and defending clients in legal proceedings at various stages, from the initiation of a criminal case to court hearings, including investigative actions. He also has experience examining transactions to identify possible legal risks and preparing related recommendations. Andrey’s field of expertise includes representing and defending victims and witnesses in criminal cases and representing clients in civil matters associated with prosecution.
Since 2011 Andrey successfully defends manufacturing company executives, representatives of cultural, educational and medical institutions in various criminal matters. He also defended the interests of a holding company (agriculture, civil construction, retail sales of fuels and lubricants) and conducted compliance audits in the company.
Andrey is a member of the Center for Criminal Law Policy and Enforcement of Judicial Acts, established at the expert chamber of the All-Russian Public Organization "Business Russia".
Andrey is currently a senior lecturer in the Criminal Procedure and Forensic Science department of St. Petersburg State University and a member of the Educational Commission at the St. Petersburg State University Faculty of Law.
In 2012, the Krasnoyarsk Krai Court awarded Andrey a certificate of honor for his contribution to developing procedures for mediation and voluntary dispute resolution.
The international ranking Best Lawyers recognises Andrey in criminal law.
Andrey graduated from Krasnoyarsk State University and St. Petersburg State University with a degree in criminal procedure.
He speaks English and Czech.