• Utah Man Arrested And Charged In Manhattan Federal Court With Commodities Fraud

    Written by: May 6, 2016
    Under:  Blog

    Utah Man Arrested And Charged In Manhattan Federal Court With Commodities Fraud  Who: Scott A. Beatty, owner of two investment companies, Peak Capital Management Group and Peak Capital Group (the “investment companies”), the Defendant. What: Beatty was charged by the Southern District of New York federal court with 1 count of commodities fraud (carrying a […]

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  • What type of lawyer do I need?

    Written by: January 25, 2016
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    Ever wondered what type of lawyer do you need? The difference between a white collar criminal attorney and a criminal defense lawyer? Our infographic explains:  

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  • Additional Links & Resources

    Written by: May 11, 2015
    Under:  Blog

    LINKS & RESOURCES

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  • Government Investigations

    Written by: September 17, 2015
    Under:  Blog

    BLF focuses on criminal defense at the criminal case and criminal investigation levels. If you have reason to believe you have or are about to be investigated for a crime it is advisable to seek out legal counsel with experience in criminal defense practice to guide you through the process. The first order of business […]

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  • Homicide

    Written by: July 11, 2015
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    Our firm represents clients accused of charges involving homicide, murder, manslaughter and vehicular manslaughter. Often where there is not an admission or confession the evidence and the criminal case comes down to a battle of the forensic experts and effective cross examination of witnesses. Preparing for the murder trial. Perhaps more than any other criminal […]

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  • Computer Crimes

    Written by: October 6, 2015
    Under:  Blog

    Computer crimes are often so labeled because they involve another underlying criminal offense that takes place through the use of a computer. Grand larceny if allegedly occurring over the internet or through the use of a computer will often be prosecuted under a special statute reserved for computer crimes. It is similar in this way […]

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  • White Collar & Antitrust Crimes

    Written by: August 18, 2015
    Under:  Blog

    In terms of time devoted by our criminal defense legal team, white collar and federal criminal cases make up approximately 80% of our criminal practice. The remainder of the firm’s practice consists of criminal defense work that is not classified as white collar. The term “white collar criminal defense” refers only to the type of […]

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  • Drug Trafficking

    Written by: January 6, 2016
    Under:  Blog

    DRUG TRAFFICKING BLF has represented hundreds of clients in drug trafficking and drug related criminal cases at both the federal and state systems. In federal drug cases, the Drug Enforcement Agency (the DEA) is usually the investigative police authority that heads the investigation and makes the arrests. At the state level the NYPD’s undercover detectives […]

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  • State Felonies

    Written by: November 29, 2015
    Under:  Blog

    The firm’s New York criminal defense lawyers defend clients from criminal charges brought against them by both the Attorney General’s Office and the District Attorneys’ Offices in Suffolk County, Nassau County, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Westchester and Staten Island. The majority of our state practice focuses on major felonies including white collar charges and financial crimes, […]

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  • Federal Felonies

    Written by: March 1, 2016
    Under:  Blog

    In terms of time devoted, BLF’s practice focuses primarily on the defense of criminal allegations and investigations brought in federal court through the U.S. Attorney’s Office of New York, the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) working together with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), the United […]

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