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Facing Federal Charges? You need the highest level of defense on your side. Learn what crimes are considered as white collar. In the News

Miami Federal Crimes Attorney: Areas of Practice

Are you facing charges for a federal crime?

Seltzer Mayberg, LLC is a law firm based in Miami, Florida. Our firm has been practicing federal law for more than 8 years and we have extensive experience representing clients facing all manner of Florida federal crimes, Florida white collar crimes and other federal crimes. Our success comes from our continued commitment to our clients and our dedication to seeing that our clients get the aggressive representation they deserve.

If you have found yourself under investigation for a federal crime and you want an attorney you who will have your best interests in mind, we advise you contact a Miami federal crimes lawyer and former Miami-Dade Cyber Crime Prosecutor from our firm. We take our responsibility to our clients very seriously, which is why each case gets our personal attention. Rigorous preparation, extensive investigation and diligent evaluation go into each and every case we represent so that we can build the effective defense our clients need when facing charges of having committed a federal crime. Our attorneys are on call 24/7 to answer all your case-related questions and to help quell any concerns you may have.

Bribery

The bribery of a public official is a serious crime. If you have been arrested or charged with bribing a federal/ state official or soliciting a bribe, you need to contact a knowledgeable attorney from our firm right away. Unbeknownst to many people, even offering or accepting a bribe can lead to charges of bribery. Read further about bribery...

Computer Hacking

When an individual uses their technical abilities or programming skills to illegally gain access to the website of a bank, organization or government, they are committing a federal crime. As the internet has no state-to-state physical boundaries, most computer hacking cases are federal cases and they cross over state lines or involve federally protected properties. Read more about computer hacking...

Counterfeiting

The copying or forging of property or money with the intent to sell or pass it off as the genuine item is illegal. Counterfeiting money is a federal offense which the Secret Service and federal prosecutors will prosecute to the fullest extent of the law. If you have been arrested for counterfeiting you need an experienced counterfeiting lawyer to help you build an aggressive defense. Read on about counterfeiting...

Credit Card Fraud

Credit card fraud is a serious crime that involves the fraudulent acquisition and/or use of another person's credit card. Credit card fraud is often associated with other charges such as theft, identify theft, internet fraud and more. If you have been arrested for credit card fraud, you need an attorney who is experienced with handling both state and federal criminal cases. Read further about credit card fraud...

Embezzlement

When an individual is given certain fiduciary or other responsibilities at a bank, company or government office and they abuse that power to embezzle, steal or misappropriate funds for their personal gain, they are committing the crime of embezzlement. A knowledgeable embezzlement attorney will be able to review your case and advise you on how best to proceed if facing embezzlement charges. Read more about embezzlement...

Extortion

Extortion is considered to be the unlawful acquisition of property, from another, through actual or threatened fear, force or violence. While many extortion cases involve public officials abusing their power, anyone found to have taken money or valuables by means of force or illegal compulsion could be charged with extortion. Read on about extortion...

Fraud

Individuals who falsely represent themselves, through their words or actions, in order to deceive another person are committing an act of fraud. Intentionally misrepresenting your income on a loan application in order to secure a loan, falsifying documents, failing to disclose a criminal history on a job application, and more, are all considered instances of fraud. Read further about fraud...

RICO

RICO, also known as the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act of 1970, is the law set up to eliminate organized crime through the implementation of heavy sanctions and forfeiture procedures. If you have been involved in, or are under investigation for any illegal activities covered under RICO, you need to consult with an attorney from our firm immediately. Read more about RICO...

White Collar Crimes

Individuals in the business and financial world are the ones most often associated with white collar crimes. White collar crimes are those non-violent, corporate crimes involving theft, extortion, fraud and others, which usually have the end result of severe financial or economic loss to the business, corporation or organization targeted. Read on about white collar crimes...

Insider Trading

If you have been accused or charged with insider trading, you need to contact an experienced attorney from our firm immediately. Illegal using confidential, or not broadly publicized, information acquired due to your position with a particular company or brokerage, is a serious criminal offense and one that often has a disastrous impact on unsuspecting public investors. Read more about insider trading...

Money Laundering

Money laundering is the act of taking money, acquired through criminal activity, and "laundering" it so as to make it appear it was acquired through legal means. This can be done through deposits, wire transfers, moving the funds in and out of shell corporations, and more. Anyone accused of money laundering is facing serious criminal charges and needs to contact our firm right away. Read further about money laundering...

Public Corruption

Public corruption occurs when an individual, in a position of power in a local, state or federal position, abuses that power by soliciting, demanding, accepting, or agreeing to accept favors, money or goods in return for a particular action performed as part of their official duties. Individuals charged in public corruption scandals not only face public humiliation, but serious penalties as well. Read more about public corruption...

Florida Communications Fraud Act (wire fraud)

The Florida Communications Fraud Act covers all wire fraud, including internet fraud crimes. Anyone convicted of violating the Florida Communications Fraud Act can expect to face penalties up to 30 years in prison, as well as extensive fines. An attorney from our firm will be able to review your case and advise you of your legal options. Read on about Florida Communications Fraud Act (wire fraud)...

Contact a Federal Crimes Lawyer in Miami

If you are facing any manner of federal crimes, you need to contact a lawyer from our firm so that we can review your case and advise you on how best to proceed. Our firm represents clients in Miami, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, throughout Florida, and the entire United States. We give each case our personalized attention as we understand you are not simply another client, but it is your life and your freedom at stake when facing charges of committing federal crimes. That is why we work diligently to meet the needs of our clients and are here to aggressively fight on their behalf when the time is right.

To schedule your confidential consultation to discuss and review your case, contact a Miami federal crimes attorney from our firm today.

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