Lenka Bradáčová joined the Prosecution Service of the Czech Republic in 1998 and has held the post of Chief of the High Prosecutor’s Office in Prague since 2012. As such she is responsible for prosecuting the country’s most serious and high-profile cases. She has been a member of the Public Prosecutors Association since 1999, and was its president from 2008 to 2014. She takes part in many teaching activities, for example through the Judicial Academy of the Czech Republic or the Police Academy of the Czech Republic. She also lends her expertise to legislative work, being a counsel to the Minister for Justice from 2006 to 2008, and currently as a member of the Committee for the Recodification of the Code of Criminal Procedure.

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