The consequences of a conviction for a Ponzi scheme are severe. If you suspect you are the subject of a criminal investigation for fraudulent activities, you need strong defense from an experienced lawyer to protect your freedom and your future.
Attorney Frank Rubino is internationally known for his defense of high-profile clients in large-scale white collar crime cases, including Ponzi scheme charges.
Frank Rubino has been defending clients against complex charges like this for more than 30 years. He will fight for you and he knows how to win. Call 866-718-3994 to learn more.
With more than 30 years of defense experience, Mr. Rubino now limits his practice to only the most serious federal criminal charges, ensuring clients receive the personal attention they deserve. From strategy and representation related to grand jury investigations to representation at trial, Mr. Rubino leverages his experience and resources to achieve a successful outcome.
What is a Ponzi Scheme?
A Ponzi scheme, or business or investment pyramid, is one in which early investors are paid with the investments of later investors.
The business or investment plan may have started out legitimately enough, with accurate representations being made to funders and with every intent to follow through. However, at some point, the manager of the funds discovered that the business or investment strategy could not fulfill its goal in a sustained way and in order to meet the demands of early investors began to use later money to pay early adopters.
Ponzi Schemes and Federal Charges
Criminal cases involving Ponzi schemes are typically tried in federal court because of the large sums of money that they typically involve. They include charges of business fraud, theft and misrepresentation ( securities fraud).
When Ponzi schemes are finally broken and a person faces criminal charges in federal court, they have often been under investigation by law enforcement for months, even a year or more. There may have been a grand jury proceeding before an indictment is filed.
Contact Attorney Rubino
Experience makes the difference. If you have been charged with or are under investigation for securities or business fraud, consult Frank Rubino Call 866-718-3994 for a confidential conversation with a discreet and knowledgeable attorney. He accepts international law and U.S. federal cases from across the United States, and maintains offices in Houston and Miami.
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