Fort Lauderdale Federal Criminal Lawyers
Experienced Miami Defense Lawyers Against Fraud and Other White Collar Crimes
Data from the Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network indicates that over 730,000 counts of suspected financial wrongdoing are recorded annually. This represents a substantial increase over previous years. As the level of reporting continues to rise, state and federal law enforcement agencies are responding with increasing scrutiny. Increased scrutiny often results in a rise in the number of white collar crime investigations and prosecutions.
The experienced criminal defense trial lawyers at Malman, Malman & Rosenthal handle white collar crime cases at the state and federal level in South Florida, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and have been specially admitted to handle select cases in various other jurisdictions. If you have been charged with fraud or any other white collar crime, we invite you to contact our offices in the Fort Lauderdale/Miami-area today to schedule a confidential consultation.
Experience, Insight and Personal Attention
As a former prosecutor at the U.S. Attorney's Office in South Florida, Myles H. Malman brings an in-depth understanding of the issues involved in federal criminal cases. Our firm goes the extra mile for clients charged with all types of crimes. We understand that these cases impact more than just the individual.
Our capable attorneys work with families to help them understand what is going on. We strive to manage the impact of a criminal investigation on our clients' professional and community reputation. We can aggressively and intelligently use the media to help mitigate these consequences.
The team at Malman, Malman & Rosenthal offers experienced representation in a full range of white collar criminal cases, including:
- Money laundering and tax fraud, as well as tax evasion and embezzlement
- Conspiracy, wire fraud and mail fraud
- Health care fraud, such as Medicaid and Medicare fraud
- Real estate and mortgage fraud
- Securities fraud and SEC violations, including insider trading
- Ponzi schemes and other forms of investment fraud
- Internet fraud and other computer crimes
- Credit card fraud and identity theft
- Bank fraud
- Insurance fraud
- Telemarketing fraud (including boiler room operations)
We also help clients fight property seizure and asset forfeiture associated with high-level white collar crime charges. Our lawyers are held in high regard in matters of sentencing determination and negotiation in these cases.
When Should You Contact an Attorney?
The decisions you make early in the process can have an enormous impact on the outcome of your case. It is vitally important to secure experienced representation as soon as you suspect you are under investigation. The moment you receive a visit from a state or federal law enforcement agent, a summons from a governmental agency such as the SEC or IRS, or a subpoena from a grand jury, we urge you to contact us. From offices in the Fort Lauderdale/Miami-area, we serve federal and state crimes clients throughout South Florida and in selected other states.
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