Crimes related largely to financial matters are often called a "white collar crimes." Possible penalties for white collar crimes include fines, prison sentences, and criminal forfeiture. Being charged for a crime puts a person's professional or business integrity at stake, thus increasing the importance of having an experienced criminal defense attorney.
A person may be under investigation and not know it because of the complex nature of the investigation. As soon as you suspect you are being investigated for any of the following types of crimes, contact David J. Joffe, criminal defense attorney, immediately.
If accused of a crime, it is crucial to contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at Joffe Law who understands both state and federal court systems.
Call Joffe Law today at 954.723.0007 for a Confidential Consultation.
Because the many white collar criminal defendants have had their cases damaged by something they said or did in the early stages of an investigation, a criminal defense attorney should be consulted before any meeting with law enforcement investigators, no matter how innocuous it may seem.
Experienced attorneys can negotiate with the prosecutor for any of the following results:
Depending on the seriousness of the crime, if you are convicted of a crime, you may receive:
In addition to criminal prosecution, white collar crime may also lead to civil lawsuits, brought either by the federal or state government, or by the victims of the offense. Any civil liability imposed as a result of these suits is in addition to, and not a substitute for, the penalties imposed in the criminal case. Unlike a criminal case, a civil case does not have to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. The standard for a civil case is a lower one - in most states, the courts require a civil case to be proven by a "preponderance of the evidence."
A civil action brought by the government or victims of white collar crimes might result in:
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Representative case results include:
Latest Verdict: Trial attorney David Joffe is granted an acquittal for his client who was facing a mandatory life sentence if convicted in a federal drug importation case
As a result of masterful cross examination of six (6) key witnesses at trial, Mr. Joffe’s motion was granted to acquit his client of all charges in a federal drug importation case. The case involved 26 kilograms of cocaine and 5 kilograms of heroin. The Judge, a former prosecutor has not granted such a request in more than twenty (20) years of service on the bench. Mr. Joffe received positive written comments from more than twenty (20) peer attorneys.
David J. Joffe obtains not guilty jury verdict in federal drug case in forty (40) minutes after one (1) day trial. Client acquitted of 10 year mandatory jail sentence.
Defendant was convicted of two counts. The law firm again represented defendant on the direct appeal to the United States Court of Appeals in and for the Eleventh Circuit. The law firm was successful in having one count vacated and defendant was remanded for re-sentencing before the District Court. The Court sentenced defendant to non-reporting probation.
State Attorney dismissed marijuana possession case after reading one motion detailing improper search and seizure.
Male Charged with Mortgage Fraud Gets No Prison Time
Miami: 29 defendants charged in drug importation and credit card scheme and only ONE goes free! His attorney was David J Joffe!
20 year old female Gets Reduced Sentence for Drug Charge
Charges Dismissed on Battery of a Law Enforcement Officer
Ex-banker not charged with theft of goods through interstate commerce
Florida criminal defense lawyer, David J. Joffe successfully reduces sentence of Colombian crew men on freighter with two tons of cocaine