Top Miami White Collar Crimes Lawyers - Florida

The law office of Roy J. Kahn, PA, in Miami, Florida, provides exceptional and effective defense counsel to those who have been arrested or are under investigation for any type of state or federal felony offense, including all of the following: White collar crimes Mortgage fraud Murder and homicide Narcotics charges Domestic violence Tax evasion Health care fraud In addition, the law firm also...

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New York's Top Criminal Defense Practice At the Blanch Law Firm in New York, New York, we strive to provide the highest level of legal representation to those who stand accused or are under investigation for virtually any type of serious criminal offense. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout the New York City metro region and all across the country, the attorneys at our law firm utilize a...

Defense of complex criminal cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States. Frank A. Rubino, Esq. has appeared in numerous Central and South American countries to represent people there charged with crimes. He has been successful in Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Honduras, Panama, El Salvador, and Guatemala. Criminal Defense Securities Fraud White Collar Crime Tax Fraud RICO /...

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