Defending clients suspected or charged with white collar crime requires a high level of sophistication. Many white collar cases involve complex legal issues, financial reports and paper trails that are best handled by an experienced attorney. Frank A. Rubino, Esq. has the skills and knowledge necessary to handle these complexities. With more than 30 years of experience, he has achieved a reputation as one of the United States' premier white collar criminal defense attorneys.
Strong Defense Against White Collar Charges
Mr. Rubino's firm has offices in Miami and Houston, and exclusively represents businesspeople and companies. The firm does not handle violent crimes, but focuses on high-end, high-profile white collar criminal defense. Because cases are carefully selected, clients receive the personal service they are entitled to. All clients work personally with Frank A. Rubino, Esq. himself on defenses related to a wide range of white collar criminal matters:
- Fraud, including real estate, business, bank and securities fraud
- Public corruption, money laundering and Ponzi schemes
- Computer and Internet fraud
- Identity theft
- Tax fraud
The penalties for these crimes are greater than ever before. If you have been charged with a white collar crime, you need experienced counsel. Frank A. Rubino, Esq. has successfully defended doctors, administrators, lawyers, stockbrokers, businessmen and other professionals against white collar crime charges.
Protecting Your Image and Your Future
Frank A. Rubino, Esq. knows how important your image is to the business you do, so he goes to great lengths to protect it. He knows that much of your character is reflected in the defense lawyer you choose. Having successfully handled an impressive array of large-scale cases, including two in which he represented Manuel Noriega, attorney Rubino limits his practice to only the most serious criminal charges.
With a reputation for excellence in the legal profession, Mr. Rubino is well-respected as a community leader. He has spoken before the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), the Academy of Trial Lawyers and the American Bar Association. Mr. Rubino also appears as a legal commentator on CNN and Fox News. He has also contributed to 60 Minutes, Nightline, Good Morning America and Larry King Live.
Prepared to Handle Complex Cases
White collar crimes often involve complicated financial and legal transactions. The prosecution may take many months to build the case against you before filing charges. It is vital to choose a Florida white collar crime attorney who can present an aggressive defense. Mr. Rubino has represented clients in countless state and federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court. He has the skill to present a compelling defense in even the most complex legal matters.
If you are being investigated by state or federal authorities, contact attorney Frank A. Rubino, Esq. as soon as possible.
If You Are Facing Federal Charges
Federal white collar fraud cases are extremely complex, and federal authorities often spend a year or more investigating these cases prior to filing charges. Individuals who ultimately face federal white collar crime charges often know they are being investigated.
There is value in hiring an experienced federal white collar crime lawyer as soon as you suspect you are the subject of a criminal investigation. When Frank Rubino handles federal criminal defense, he begins work before charges are filed. He can often get charges reduced or dropped entirely. He is also experienced in representing clients in federal criminal appeals.
If you have been requested to appear before a grand jury in relation to an investigation into a white collar crime, Mr. Rubino will assist you in preparing for the proceeding.
Contact Our Firm Today
Whether you are facing charges for tax evasion, computer fraud, or health care fraud, you need an experienced defense lawyer on your side. To schedule a consultation, call 866-718-3994 or contact Frank A. Rubino, Esq. online. Reach out to our firm as soon as possible to begin preparing a strong defense.
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