Deputy to Prosecutor General

Mgr. Pavel Pukovec

Mgr. Pavel Pukovec

Education

1992–1997 – Faculty of Law of Masaryk University in Brno

Professional Career

1997–1998 – assistant to sales deputy, Let, a.s.

1999–2000 – legal trainee at the District Public Prosecutor’s Office in Zlín

2001–2003 – public prosecutor at the District Public Prosecutor’s Office in Zlín

2003 – two-month internship at the Regional Public Prosecutor’s Office in Brno

2003–2012 – District Public Prosecutor of the District Public Prosecutor’s Office in Kroměříž

Turn of the year 2007–2008 – four-month internship at the High Public Prosecutor’s Office in Olomouc (in the position of Designated Deputy to the High Public Prosecutor)

2013 – Transferred to the Prosecutor General’s Office and appointed as Deputy to Prosecutor General

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From the beginning of his professional career he specializes on economic and property crime, including corruption. He is active in the field of department education as a lecturer of the Judicial Academy, formerly also supervisor of legal trainees. He is a member of the Judicial Academy Board.

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