Prosecutor General

JUDr. Pavel Zeman


1992–1997 – Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague (study field of Political Sciences)

1993–1998 – Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague (study field of Law)

Professional Career

1998–2001 – legal trainee at the District Public Prosecutor’s Office Plzeň-město

2001–2003 – public prosecutor at the District Public Prosecutor’s Office Plzeň-město

2002 – temporary assignment to the Regional Public Prosecutor’s Office in Plzeň

2003–2010 – public prosecutor at the Prosecutor General’s Office, Section of European Integration of the International Affairs Department

2004–2010 – National Member of the Czech Republic in the European Union Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation (Eurojust), chairman of the European Arrest Warrant Team, member of the Administrative and Foreign Affairs Team, member of the Security Committee

2010 – appointed by the Government of the Czech Republic upon the proposal of the Minister of Justice to the position of Prosecutor General, he assumed the position on January 1, 2011.


He specializes on legislation, analytics and methodology and International cooperation in criminal matters. He is fluent in English, German and French and he can also speak Russian.

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