Recent Cases

Client Accused of Homicide Found “Not Guilty”

Client was accused of homicide. Our investigation revealed that the prosecution failed to disclose exculpatory evidence as to prior identifications of another as the shooter.  The trial jury was informed of this misconduct and our client was found  “not guilty” in less than two hours.

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Prevented Criminal Charges from Being Filed

Represented a certified public accountant with respect to a joint federal and state tax fraud investigation dealing with clients who maintained off shore bank accounts. After meeting with Criminal Investigation Division of the Internal Revenue Service and representatives of the New York County District Attorney’s Office, no criminal charges were filed.

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Insurance Fraud Representation

Representing a doctor under investigation with respect to a wide ranging insurance fraud investigation. Dealing with the New York State Attorney General’s Office in an attempt to avoid prosecution.

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Medicaid Fraud Representation

Representing a pharmacist under investigation for medicaid fraud. Dealing with the New York State Attorney General’s Office in an attempt to avoid a prosecution.

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Reduced Sentence in Drug Case

In a federal cocaine conspiracy, entered a plea and was able to convince the court to impose a non-guidelines sentence of three years.

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Reduced Sentence in Mortgage Fraud Investigation

Represented a mortgage broker in a federal mortgage fraud investigation. Entered a plea and obtained, over the government’s objection, a non-guidelines sentence of home confinement and supervised release.

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Tax Fraud Representation

Representing the owner of an income tax preparation company in an investigation conducted by the New York State Tax Department. Allegations are that client and his employees used “phoney” deductions to obtain millions of dollars in improper income tax refunds.

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