How To Talk Your Way Into a Federal Indictment

November 30, 2020 2:26 pm Published by

How to Talk Your Way into An Indictment By Speaking With The Government – Lessons From the Federal Cases of Martha Stewart, Michael Flynn, and Others. As a federal criminal defense attorney, it is almost a cliché that the prudent

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Attorney Alan Eisner Recognized in CNN Coverage of Federal Case

August 25, 2020 2:17 pm Published by

CNN recently reported on a complex criminal matter involving, among others, Eisner Gorin LLP client Raul Vivas, which involved a money laundering scheme in the 1990s. At trial, prosecutors alleged that Mr. Vivas and his co-defendants orchestrated a fraudulent scheme

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Plea Agreements in Federal Criminal Cases

April 7, 2020 1:28 pm Published by

The vast majority of federal criminal cases never make to a trial, rather they are resolved through a plea agreement between the defendant’s criminal defense lawyer and the federal prosecutor. Plea agreements typically involve a defendant pleading guilty in exchange

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Proffer Agreement in a Federal Criminal Case

March 23, 2020 12:55 pm Published by

In some federal criminal cases, it might be in the defendant’s best interest to cooperate with the prosecutor. For example, the evidence against them is so strong that it can’t be reasonably challenged, such as a case where the illegal

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What Is a Federal Target Letter?

February 25, 2020 1:42 pm Published by

If you are involved in a federal criminal investigation, you might be considered a witness, subject or a target. If you receive a target letter from a federal prosecutor or the Department of Justice informing you that you are the

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Defending White Collar Crimes in Federal Court

November 12, 2019 1:35 pm Published by

A “white collar crime” in the context of federal offenses refers to non-violent financial or regulatory offense charged in a federal criminal court. Common crimes include health care fraud, embezzlement, extortion, mortgage fraud, money laundering, securities fraud, bribery, forgery, insurance

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Avoiding Jail Time in Federal Child Pornography Cases

November 5, 2019 2:25 pm Published by

Our criminal defense law firm has represented many clients in California State and federal courts who were facing child pornography related charges – including possession and distribution. In most child porn cases, before a defendant is actually indicted, federal law

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