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A courtroom illustration from United States v. Tokars.

Noteworthy Cases

United States v. A.B. & C.D.- Investigation into diversion of bank community funds intended for charities closed prior to indictment.

United States v. A.H.- Sentence reduced by six months though compassionate release.

State v. A.R.- Client sentenced to probation following a charge of embezzling $200,000.00 from a church.

United States v. C.A.- Client charged with a drug conspiracy involving kilogram quantities of crystal meth and cocaine. The drugs along with guns, money and packaging material were found in the apartment where he was staying. After opening arguments, the government dismissed the indictment.

State of Georgia v. C.H.- Client charged with three armed robberies in two counties with each robbery carrying a mandatory 10 years. Charges negotiated down and client received a probationary sentence under the Georgia First Offender Act.

United States v. C.M.- Client, money changer, charged with money laundering as part of the Black Market Peso Exchange in Colombia

United States v. D.J.- Sentence reduced by three years through compassionate release.

United States v. D.L.– Investigation of heroin distribution and firearms possession closed without charges.

United States v. E.S.H.- Client arrested as a park of a large-scale methamphetamine investigation. Case dismissed after preliminary hearing testimony.

United States v. F.T.- Client charged with murder for hire, RICO, money laundering and drug conspiracies.

United States v. G.M.- Sentence reduced by four years after President Obama’s granting of a Clemency Petition.

United States v. G.R.- Investigation into federal contract fraud regarding minority participation, closed prior to indictment.

United States v. Gold Club, et al.- Co-defendant, client, charged with RICO conspiracy arising out of the operation of an adult dance club.

United States v. H.B.- International hacking case. Client was alleged to be a developer and distributor of the popular Trojan, SpyEye. Mr. Bendelladj is somewhat of an international sensation in the hacking world with fan-bases dedicated to his release.

United States v. H.E.B.- Client’s charges of international kidnapping dismissed; Interpol warrant withdrawn. Spouse subsequently charged with federal offense.

United States v. Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals, Inc., et al.- Co-defendant, client, charged with manufacturing and importing unlicensed pharmaceuticals.

United States v. I.P.- Client was charged with public corruption and bribery regarding federal contracts, reduced to misdemeanor.

United States v, J.B.– Indictment for trafficking in marijuana and possession of firearms dismissed.

United States v. J.C.- Guideline range was calculated at 360 months to life, client received a downward departure to 22 years.

United States v. L.B.- Sentence reduced by three years through compassionate release.

United States v. M.H.- Co-defendant, client, builder of multi-million dollar houses, charged with mortgage fraud. Indictment dismissed.

United States v. M.P.- Client charged with distribution of child pornography in a Kik group. Sentencing guideline was 235-293 months, client was sentenced to 60 months.

United States v. M.S.G.– Charge of conspiracy to distribute four pounds of methamphetamine reduced to conspiracy to use a telephone with a sentence of time served.

United States v. N.P.- Client charged with food stamp fraud. Sentencing guideline of 37-46 months, sentenced to probation.

Oyola v. Bowers- Client successful in habeas petition vacating drug trafficking conviction.

United States v. R.K.- Healthcare fraud case with an unprecedented sentence reduction.

United States v. R.R.- Co-defendant, client, accountant acquitted of RICO, tax and wire fraud, and drug conspiracies.

United States v. S.L.- Client charged with a conspiracy to violate the Sherman Anti-Trust Act with regard to bid-rigging at real estate foreclosure sales throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area. Court departed from the guidelines and was sentenced to a below guideline sentence of 90 days.

United States v. S.O.- Charged with marriage fraud, sentenced to probation and allowed to remain in the country.

United States v. S.T.D.- Client charged with maintaining a marijuana grow house and conspiracy to distribute marjiuana. Indictment was dismissed.

United States v. Sugar Bear, Inc., et al.- Client, office manager, charged with employing undocumented workers and wage and hour violations. Indictment dismissed.

United States v. T.H.- Sentence reduced by two years under compassionate release.

United States v. U.K.- Client charged with fraud in connection with the H1B program. Court departed from

H1-B Visa fraud
Employment/Document fraud
Money laundering/structuring conspiracies
Drug conspiracies
Start Law-Anti-Kickback Statute
International Walware Distribution
Visa-Marriage Fraud

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