Fort Lauderdale Sentencing Guidelines Lawyers
Understanding Federal Sentencing Guidelines is Crucial to Your Defense
In any federal criminal prosecution, it is extremely important to obtain the services of an experienced attorney who possesses a sophisticated and in-depth knowledge of federal sentencing guidelines. Understanding potential sentencing issues at the outset of a case can enable you to make intelligent decisions regarding your defense.
Malman, Malman & Rosenthal attorney Jonathan H. Rosenthal is an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern Law School and a contributing author to an ABA treatise (an educational text for lawyers) on federal sentencing guidelines. His experience and understanding play an invaluable role in our firm's ability to advise clients regarding potential plea agreements and to take aggressive action early in a federal criminal investigation to maximize our client's chances of avoiding the most serious consequences of conviction. Contact us today to discuss your rights and options in a confidential consultation.
Experienced Representation in Federal Crimes Cases
Understanding federal sentencing guidelines also allows the team at Malman, Malman & Rosenthal to negotiate client cooperation and plea arrangements from a position of strength. When the potential consequences of conviction include time in a federal prison, you simply cannot afford to entrust your defense to a lawyer who is not versed in federal sentencing guidelines or to an inexperienced associate at a large, impersonal law firm.
We can offer you high-level guidance and aggressive defense in a full range of federal criminal cases, including:
- Money laundering
- Medicare/Medicaid and other healthcare fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Securities and investment fraud
- Drug crimes like trafficking, distribution and importation
We encourage you to contact us to discuss your case in a confidential consultation with a highly experienced attorney. From offices in the Fort Lauderdale/Miami area, we serve clients throughout South Florida and in selected other states, including New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.