Good people make mistakes. Honorable individuals are accused of crimes. Unfortunately for some, those mistakes can lead to federal investigations and/or federal charges. Financial crimes, usually referred to as White Collar Crime, are most commonly charged by the Federal government in Federal court. Being charged and convicted of a Federal white collar crime can lead to having to serve lengthy prison sentences, being placed on supervised release (probation) for long periods of time, and penalties such as large fines and hefty restitution obligations that threaten to ruin your livelihood and your family.
If you are here today because you have come under investigation, received a target letter or have been arrested and charged with a Federal crime, you need help from a criminal defense lawyer that understands the Federal system and will fight to protect your rights, help you protect your good name and limit your exposure to harsh consequences. We can help. Get started by filling out our contact form for by calling our office, (305) 707-7345, to schedule your 4-Point Case Evaluation and Defense Strategy Session.
Types of Financial Crimes Our Firm Handles
The Izquierdo Law Firm understands that bad things can happen to good people. Attorney Daniel Izquierdo represents good people in Federal court in many different types of cases. We understand the serious nature of criminal charges in Federal court and work to prepare the best, most customized defense strategy for each one of our clients. Here is a sampling of the types of cases that we handle for clients charged with White Collar Crime in Federal court:
- Bank Fraud
- Credit Card Fraud
- Healthcare Fraud (Medicare and Medicaid)
- Identity Theft and Aggravated Identity Theft
- Insurance Fraud
- Mail Fraud
- Money Laundering
- Mortgage Fraud
- Public Corruption
- Racketeering/RICO Charges
- Tax Evasion
- Wire Fraud
Protect your Rights and Preserve Your Reputation
You have worked hard to build something and all of a sudden it appears that all is lost. If you are under investigation or have been charged with a Federal crime, you need to take immediate action to give yourself the best chance of avoiding what are oftentimes harsh and inflexible consequences.
We believe that it is best to contact an attorney as early as possible. The sooner that your attorney can begin investigating your case and speaking with the United States Attorney’s Office on your behalf, the greater your likelihood of success in either avoiding charges, negotiating a reduction in charges or mitigating consequences.
While every case is different and their respective circumstances unique, it is always best to try to intervene before charges are filed. If that is not possible and charges have already been filed, we will begin preparing your case for trial while we explore possible defenses, motions to suppress evidence or dismiss the case altogether. It is also possible to reach a resolution with the U.S. Attorney’s Office via a negotiated plea.
Will Any Criminal Defense Lawyer Do?
Federal cases are complex, move through the docket rapidly and oftentimes carry extremely harsh consequences. In order to give yourself the best possibility for success, you need to hire the best criminal defense attorney you can and one that is experienced and well-versed in the practice of Federal criminal law.
The Federal government has seemingly unlimited resources at its disposal, including experienced and skilled investigators that take their time, and work thoroughly to make you look as guilty as possible. After a federal criminal investigation is complete, it can feel as though the weight of the world is coming down on you. A skilled attorney can sort through all the evidence and the formal accusations and work your case in order to give you best possibility of a successful outcome.
At the Izquierdo Law Firm, we understand the Federal criminal justice system and what can be done to give our client’s the best chance to minimize exposure to harsh consequences. We know exactly what you are going through and are here to help.
Have You Been Charged With A Federal Crime?