Victories For Justice

Accusations Outcome
A tax preparer faced a sentence of 48 months incarceration in federal prison. Sentence was successfully vacated on appeal and remanded to the District Court for resentencing.
The owner of a successful insurance brokerage firm was interviewed by federal law enforcement in connected with a fraudulent investment scheme. Successfully represented the individual during the interview and avoided any criminal charges against him.
Tax preparer was under criminal investigation by the IRS. Successfully represented the tax preparer during the investigation and avoided any civil or criminal penalties.
The owner of a dry cleaning business was under investigation by the IRS. Successfully represented the business owner during the investigation and avoided any criminal charges being brought against her.
Businessman was indicted with conspiring to defraud and making false statements to the IRS after four others plead guilty to same or similar charges and testified at trial against the accused. Federal jury returned full acquittal on all counts after deliberating less than two hours in this three (3) week trial.
A Turkish national faced a thirty (30) year jail term as a result of a six-count (6) federal indictment brought by the United States Department of Defense for alleged procurement fraud on a massive scale in securing military contracts. All charges were dismissed against defendant. This dismissal, known as a nolle prosequi dismissal, is extremely rare in the federal criminal system. A collateral one-count (1) corporate plea was separately entered based upon the actions of a rogue employee.
A New York City doctor faced federal charges in the Southern District of New York brought by the Drug Enforcement Administration's Diversion Unit on 10 counts of criminally prescribing pain medication. He faced a potential 50 years in prison and deportation from the United States. Jury returned Not Guilty verdicts on all 10 counts. Only reported case where DEA Diversion Unit suffered full acquittal in major federal case involving physician-defendant.
Former priest indicted and incarcerated on massive federal drug conspiracy case, facing a mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison. All charges dismissed against defendant and he was immediately released from custody.
A sitting judge made target of a federal tax investigation. The investigation ended with no charges being filed.
A man convicted on federal drug charges appeals 10 year sentence. Conviction overturned on appeal by Third Circuit Court of Appeal.
A trucker accused of drug charges in the largest drug haul in New Jersey state history. Grand jury returned No Bill. All charges dismissed.
A New York City Fire Department Lieutenant faced a potential twenty (20) years in jail as well as loss of employment and pension benefits for aggravated assault. Grand jury voted no bill and all dismissed charges.
Man convicted in Texas state court of willful failure to pay child support filed appeal. Conviction overturned on appeal. Texas state statute found unconstitutional.
A schoolteacher accused of first degree sexual assault, facing a 20 year sentence with Megan's Law ramifications. Grand jury returned No Bill. All charges dismissed.

A woman convicted of federal currency structuring and sentenced to five years in prison filed an appeal with the Third Circuit Court of Appeal. Conviction overturned on appeal.
Tax preparer made target of a federal criminal tax investigation. The investigation ended with no charges being filed.
A Pennsylvania college graduate faced lifetime imprisonment on federal drug charges. Received full immunity. No charges. No record.
A businessman made target of an IRS investigation into tax fraud for failure to report income. The investigation ended with no charges being filed.
Relative of a labor leader was made the target of a federal corruption investigation. The investigation ended with no charges being filed.
Wife made subject of federal tax investigation into joint return with husband. The investigation ended with no charges being filed.
A British businessman charged in a $20,000,000 mortgage fraud conspiracy in federal court in Texas faced substantial fines and a prison sentence of over 50 years. No incarceration. No fine
Man, a fugitive from justice for 20 years, arrested on Governor's warrant for extradition. Warrant withdrawn. Local charges dismissed. No extradition.
Wife made subject of federal tax investigation into joint return with husband. The investigation ended with no charges being filed.
Industrialist made target of a federal investigation into the distribution of counterfeit computer video games. The investigation ended with no charges being filed.
Accountant made subject of federal investigation into racketeering activity. The investigation ended with no charges being filed.
An attorney made target of a federal investigation into bank fraud and facing a potential 30 year prison sentence. The investigation ended with no charges being filed.
A public official made target of federal public corruption investigation. The investigation ended with no charges being filed.
A law enforcement officer made the target of a federal investigation into public corruption and racketeering. The investigation ended with no charges being filed.
A man convicted of massive bank fraud, facing significant prison term and over $1,000,000 in restitution. No incarceration. Ordered to pay less than $50,000 in restitution.
A custom cabinet maker was charged with pervasive federal tax evasion. No incarceration.
A tax protester federally indicted for failure to file tax returns. No incarceration.
A lawyer federally charged with high level political corruption. No incarceration.
A Wall Street firm's representative, charged with criminal drug conspiracy and possession, faced a potential ten (10) year sentence as well as the loss of any future involvement in the securities or commodities industry. No incarceration.
A supermarket executive federally charged with multi-million dollar fraud. No incarceration.

A luxury boat retailer and its principals were assessed over $500,000 in state sales and use taxes. Less than $12,000 paid to satisfy all sales and use tax liability, including penalties and interest.
A foreign student charged with first degree drug conspiracy and possession faced a 20 year sentence and deportation. All charges dismissed following participation in probationary program. Citizenship ultimately secured.
Young man accused of first degree drug charge faced 20 year term of incarceration. No incarceration. Admission into drug program.
A young man, already having pled guilty to state drug charges carrying a flat eight year term of incarceration as contemplated in a plea bargain files motion to withdraw plea. Motion to withdraw plea granted and the client was admitted into a probationary program after brief term of incarceration.
An attorney was the subject of a federal mortgage fraud investigation. No charges filed.
Woman faced DWI charges. Successfully argued at trial that the State had failed to meet its burden, and DWI charges were dismissed.
Young man faced drug charges. Granted admission to the conditional discharge program and, after successful completion, all charges were dismissed.
Client faced domestic violence charges. Complaint was dismissed and favorable separation agreement entered.
Young man faced serious charges for bringing a weapon into an airport. Charges downgraded to a minor city ordinance violation, with a small fine imposed and no jail time served.
Young man accused of stealing more than $5,000 from his employer. Granted admission to the pretrial intervention program and, after successful completion, all charges were dismissed.
Chief of Police was under federal investigation for alleged involvement in suspected securities fraud. Client was ultimately deemed material witness, rather than suspect or target, and no criminal charges were filed against him.
Artisan furniture maker was accused of currency structuring. Resolved civilly by the U.S. Attorney’s Office, and no criminal charges were filed.
A church was under investigation by the Department of Justice for alleged violations of federal antitrust laws. No charges were ultimately filed against the church.
College student faced third-degree drug charges. Student was granted admission to the pretrial intervention program and, after his successful completion, the charges were dismissed and ultimately expunged from his record.
Young man faced drug charges. Charges ultimately downgraded to minor loitering offense.
Young professional faced DWI and reckless driving charges out of state. Charges were ultimately dismissed after client’s successful completion of deferred prosecution program.
Young woman faced multiple charges of credit card fraud. Charges were ultimately dismissed after client’s successful completion of pretrial intervention program.
College student faced shoplifting charges. Charges were reduced to an ordinance violation and ultimately expunged from the student’s record.
An international college student faced assault charges. The charges were downgraded and ultimately dismissed following the student’s successful completion of the conditional discharge program.
Postal worker faced serious second-degree fraud charges. Application to admit client to pretrial intervention program was approved, despite seriousness of pending second-degree charges, with expectation that all charges will be dismissed upon client’s successful completion of program.
In-house counsel for a multinational corporation faced rape charges. The client was ultimately exonerated with no charges brought against him and avoided any adverse publicity.
A high-end mechanic faced criminal charges. The charges were reduced to a traffic violation with no criminal conviction.



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