White Collar Appeals
Federal and New York state prosecutors have increasingly focused their resources on pursuing white collar defendants in recent decades, with more and more defendants facing jail times, steep civil and criminal fines and asset forfeitures, and ruined careers and businesses. If you have been convicted a state or federal court for a white collar conviction, or lost a civil case brought by the New York Attorney General’s Office, Securities and Exchange Commission, or other regulatory body, you do have the opportunity to appeal your verdict and win justice at the appellate level. The defense team at The Henry Law Firm PLLC will work with you to analyze your trial record and pre-trial events for appealable errors, and, if grounds exist, take aggressive and decisive action to appeal the trial outcome and/or sentence and penalties in order to protect your freedom, financial interests and career.
Appealing All White Collar Convictions and Judgments
Firm founder Bradley Henry has built his reputation as a formidable courtroom defender of individuals in white collar prosecutions and actions through his dedication to approaching each client’s matter in an aggressive, intelligent, and technologically savvy manner. He frequently pursues appeals on behalf of defendants represented by other counsel who did not achieve the intended outcome at the trial level, and represents defendants with recent convictions or judgments in the following areas:
- Securities and commodities violations
- Securities fraud
- Insider trading
- Commercial bribery and corruption (FCPA)
- Computer hacking and fraud
- Credit card related violations
- False Claims Act and government-related fraud
- Healthcare and insurance fraud
- IRS/tax violations
Begin Your Appeals Process Immediately
Your timespan to file an appeal will depend upon the specific state court, federal court, agency, or regulatory body you are before, but in most cases it is necessary to act extremely quickly after a conviction or judgment has been handed down in order to maximize your chances for a successful appeal.
Our defense team is ready to take immediate action to file the proper time-sensitive notices on your behalf, and we will begin the process of analyzing all relevant pre-trial investigations and orders as well as trial record to determine your best arguments on appeal, including:
- Failure by investigators to follow Constitutional and other relevant protocols in seizing evidence and gathering data from individuals and locations
- Whether sufficient evidence was presented in your criminal or civil proceeding to sustain the outcome
- Whether the presiding judge or body improperly admitted evidence or failed to allow exculpatory evidence and arguments
- If any jury or decisionmaker misconduct occurred
- Any incorrect rulings on the law with regard to guilt and/or sentencing
By contacting our office to set up a confidential consultation immediately, we can provide ongoing advice and guidance from day one on your full range of options and likelihood of success in achieving the outcome on appeal you desire.
Contact a New York Federal Drug Crime Appeals Attorney Today
The Henry Law Firm PLLC provides criminal defense to individuals and businesses throughout New York in all state and federal investigations and prosecutions, and aggressively pursues appeals on their behalf. To take immediate action to appeal your white collar conviction and/or sentence, do not hesitate to contact us today to schedule a confidential consultation regarding your matter.
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White Collar Defense and Regulatory Enforcement
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Asset Forfeiture Litigation
We help people who face asset forfeiture including government seizure of money, property or other items.
Federal Criminal Defense
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