Miami Criminal Lawyer
Our firm handles all types of criminal law cases in Miami, including drug offenses, weapons, assaults and battery, resisting arrest, burglary, thefts, fraud, money laundering in both the State and Federal criminal courts.
Because of the potentially devastating consequences of a conviction, it is in the best interest of a defendant to have a strong, experienced Miami criminal lawyer at his or her side to fight to preserve legal and constitutional rights every step of the way. Our vast experience and dedication to fighting for people who have been accused of crimes means that we know how to protect your rights.
To preserve your freedom and your future, you need an Miami criminal lawyer who will fight for you. The Law Offices of Richard B. Marx has obtained not guilty verdicts, dismissals and reductions in fraud and other white collar crimes. Prison sentences are getting longer and more frequent. You deserve a Miami criminal lawyer who will fight to protect your liberty and your future.
The Law Offices of Richard B. Marx & Associates has represented clients that have been investigated and/or charged in Miami with the following white-collar crimes:
Bank fraud, Healthcare fraud, Mail fraud, Wire fraud, Internet fraud, Mortgage fraud, Tax fraud, Accounting fraud, bankruptcy fraud, SEC fraud.
-Other White Collar Crimes:
Conspiracy, Extortion, Embezzlement, Money laundering, Identity theft, Misbranding, Counterfeiting, Interstate transportation of stolen goods, Perjury.
Miami Criminal Lawyer: Our phones are answered 24 hours a day so give us a call at (305) 579-9060
since your or your loved one’s life and future may depend upon it.
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23 May 2013, 4:10 pm
Former Goldman banker settles SEC 'pay-to-play' charges
By Lisa Lambert and Jonathan Stempel WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - A former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. investment banker has agreed to a five-year securities industry ban and a record fine to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges that he broke rules against influence peddling to win bond underwriting business in Massachusetts. Without admitting or denying wrongdoing, Neil Morrison, 38 ... [Read more...]