Representing Professionals

When you are a professional facing criminal charges, we understand that it isn't just your personal life hanging in the balance, it is also your professional license and reputation. We also have extensive experience representing professionals before the various professional licensing boards. Learn more about some of the professionals we have successfully represented over the years.

DESCRIPTION:
A businesswoman was charged with insurance fraud.
OUTCOME:
She was acquitted on the basis of aggressive cross-examination which exposed an overzealous insurance company and a complete lack of proof of criminal intent. Client then filed a civil suit against the insurance company claiming malicious prosecution, false arrest, and bad faith. On the eve of trial the insurance company settled the claim for $52,500.00.
DESCRIPTION:
A physician was charged with possession of an unlicensed firearm following a traffic stop for speeding.
OUTCOME:
He had forgotten to renew his license. He was acquitted on the basis of the deminimis nature of the offense.
DESCRIPTION:
A school teacher was charged with indecently assaulting eight of his 13 year old female students.
OUTCOME:
Cross-examination of the students established a conspiracy to "get" a teacher they didn`t like. The jury acquitted on all counts.
DESCRIPTION:
A prominent criminal defense attorney was convicted in federal court of dealing in cocaine.
OUTCOME:
He was sentenced to 5 months incarceration followed by 5 months of house arrest based upon his addiction and subsequent rehabilitation. After a 2 year license suspension he was reinstated to the practice of law.
DESCRIPTION:
A successful labor lawyer was convicted in federal court of financing the sale of kilos of cocaine to an informant.
OUTCOME:
He received a sentence substantially below the Sentencing Guidelines after reductions for safety valve and role in the offense.
DESCRIPTION:
A female psychologist was convicted of Medicare fraud for billing for numerous services never performed.
OUTCOME:
She was a single mother with a child with bi-polar disorder. A psychiatrist described the critical role played by the Defendant in the child`s day-to-day care. As a result the Defendant was sentenced to house arrest and work release based upon her extraordinary family responsibilities.
DESCRIPTION:
A successful personal injury lawyer was convicted of stealing $750,000.00 from a client`s settlement.
OUTCOME:
He was sentenced to probation after a psychiatric examination revealed that he had been suffering from an undiagnosed bi-polar disorder.
DESCRIPTION:
A lawyer for an international construction litigation support company was convicted in federal court of stealing in excess of $500,000.00 from his employer.
OUTCOME:
At sentencing an expert on Bureau of Prison medical facilities testified that the Bureau of Prisons could not provide the Defendant with necessary medical treatment and his physician testified that without such treatment he could die in prison. On that basis the Defendant was sentenced below the Sentencing Guidelines to confinement in a community corrections facility so that he could continue his medical treatment.
DESCRIPTION:
A female radiologist was charged by her former husband, also a physician, with stealing $750,000.00 worth of jewelry from his mother.
OUTCOME:
After a handwriting expert testified that a certain critical defense document was authentic, she was acquitted.
DESCRIPTION:
An insurance agent was convicted of stealing $3.5 million from an insurance company causing it`s financial collapse.
OUTCOME:
Based upon his prior charitable good works, he received a minimal jail sentence.