Trusted Miami White Collar Crimes Lawyers
An innocent business transaction may cause a bank to file a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) identifying you as a possible criminal. If your business or personal activities involve cash transactions, a bank may flag you as a suspect. A federal investigation may then result in allegations that you are illegally structuring payments under $10,000 to avoid reporting requirements, an activity often related to money laundering and narcotics sales. Your name also may become associated with an investigation due to multiple situations, such as an erroneous Social Security number or multiple addresses.
It is critical to obtain legal advice if you have any reason to believe you are under investigation for a crime. Any investigation into white collar or financial crimes can escalate rapidly before a suspect is ever approached by investigators. If you have noticed any unusual activity, queries, or change in behavior of individuals around you, consult with an attorney experienced in financial crime defense.
Contact our Miami law office at (305) 358-9000 if you would like to discuss your situation with our financial crime defense attorney. We offer discreet and responsive representation to individuals, accounting professionals, and corporations throughout the nation.
How We Can Help You
Rothman & Associates, P.A. has experience handling complex financial cases at all levels, including those prosecuted as racketeering (RICO) and conspiracy cases. We represent clients called to testify in front of federal grand juries and have handled cases investigated by numerous agencies that individually or in combination oversee investigations into alleged financial crimes: the U.S. Secret Service Financial Crimes Division, the U.S. Treasury Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), the U.S. Secret Service Organized Crimes Program, and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Our Miami white collar crimes attorneys have successfully represented businesses and executives involved in investigations of antitrust violations and price-fixing, negotiating the implementation of compliance programs that have allowed our clients to avoid debarment.
Financial crime cases we are prepared to handle include those involving allegations of:
- Tax fraud
- Accounting fraud
- Bribery of officials
- Credit card fraud
- Telecommunications crime
- Computer crime
- Identity theft
- Counterfeiting of U.S. currency
- Securities fraud
- Insider trading
- Government contract fraud
Trusted Miami Criminal Defense Attorneys
Our attorneys also defend clients against other corporate and financial crimes, including those involving bribery, illegal kickbacks, trade secret theft, and embezzlement. Locally, we serve clients from the Middle and Southern federal districts of Florida, including Ft. Lauderdale, Miami Beach, West Palm Beach, Hollywood, Palm Beach County, and Broward County. We also represent clients in Miami-Dade County, and throughout Florida and the United States.