In Your Defense When You Are Charged With A White Collar Crime
The defense of a white collar crime often requires intensive reviews of paperwork as well as digitalized data. Since many white collar crimes are federal crimes, charges carry high stakes. A conviction may result in a sentence in a federal prison along with other highly negative consequences. After an arrest is not the time to skimp on legal counsel. For your future’s sake, look for an experienced, proven-effective defense attorney.
Our defense lawyers at DMR are widely recognized as effective and accomplished. Attorney Maria A. Dominguez-Victoriano, Esq., has more than 30 years of criminal law experience. She and the rest of our defense team often handle the defense of white collar charges such as Medicare fraud, health care fraud, Money laundering and public corruption, including violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977.
Reasons To Turn To DMR For Your White Collar Crime Defense
The lead attorney of our white collar crime defense team is defense lawyer, Maria A. Dominguez-Victoriano. She is a former federal prosecutor for the Southern District of Florida and the U.S. District Court of Puerto Rico. She has conducted more than 100 trials and is acclaimed by her peers as a prominent litigator in both Puerto Rico and Florida.
DMR’s attorneys often take on high-profile white collar defense cases in Puerto Rico and Florida.
Our clients have included:
- A former Colombian paramilitary commander charged with narco-terrorism
- A doctor charged with a $190 million Medicare fraud case
- A current Senator and a former Secretary of the Department of Education in Puerto Rico charged with corruption crimes
- Public officials in Puerto Rico and Venezuelan nationals facing money laundering charges in the United States
We also represent clients targeted in special investigations. There is no need to wait for an arrest before getting our counsel and advocacy.
Get A Proven Professional On Your Side
Protect your future and freedom when facing allegations, an investigation or charges of any white collar crimes, such as fraud or corruption.
We will go to your location if you cannot get to us, but please do not delay in contacting us. Call our Florida office at 305-564-9334 or our Puerto Rico office 787-331-9970. You can also send us an email to get the conversation started.