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" He who fights can lose, but he who does not fight has already lost. Together with you, I will fight! "

Sjanneke de Crom did part of her legal studies in London and graduated with an 8 in criminal justice from Maastricht University. During her Master's degree in Criminal Law, she worked as a support researcher in the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology.

Ms. de Crom has been with Weening Strafrechtadvocaten since 2013 and in 2017 was voted the up-and-coming criminal law talent of Limburg by 'The Best Lawyer in the Netherlands'.

In addition to all community criminal cases, Ms. De Crom also specializes in article 13b Opium Act objection procedures. These are proceedings against the municipality when the mayor uses the power to close homes or premises when narcotics are found. De Crom has successfully litigated in several cases up to the highest court, the Administrative Law Division of the Council of State.

Sjanneke de Crom also fights for the interests and rights of life prisoners in the Netherlands. In that capacity, she is a member of the Forum Levenslang.

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Sjanneke de Crom has registered the following main (and sub) areas of law in the Register of Jurisdictions of the Dutch Bar Association:

Criminal Law


By virtue of this registration, she is required to obtain ten training credits in each registered principal area of law each calendar year according to the standards of the Dutch Bar Association.

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