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Jacksonville Fraud Defense Lawyer

Trial-Proven Defense of Florida Business Owners and Professionals

White collar criminal cases are challenging to build and prosecute, often requiring a lengthy investigation and many interviews. Once charges are filed — often in federal court, where sentences are especially harsh and prosecutors are highly skilled — the battle is uphill.

The quality and commitment of your Florida defense attorney can make all the difference at this point or earlier, during the government or internal corporate investigation. Please do not wait to get counsel from a Jacksonville fraud defense attorney with extensive trial experience and deep knowledge of how financial crime cases are built, won and lost.

Experience Across the Spectrum of Business Fraud and Financial Crimes

White collar criminal defense has been a focus of my law practice for more than 20 years, and my trial experience in this area has been wide-ranging, including cases of:

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When your freedom and livelihood are at stake, your lawyer's experience counts — and mine includes valuable time as a New York City prosecutor before launching my own practice focused on high-stakes criminal investigations, negotiations and trial defense. I have helped many clients avoid lengthy prison terms, crippling asset forfeitures and other life-changing consequences of felony convictions.

If you have already been charged with a financial crime, I will hit the ground running and do all I can to earn an acquittal, dismissal or reduced penalties. If you have been contacted as part of an internal corporate or government investigation and are debating whether you should cooperate or involve a lawyer — you should absolutely contact me now. Whether it is the FBI, the SEC, the DEA or any other agency, even having nothing to hide may not be enough to prevent your life from being turned upside down.

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