Fighting Back Against Public Corruption Charges
When public figures and government officials are accused of misusing public or government money or their office for personal gain, the consequences of these allegations do not just stop at the threat of criminal convictions and penalties. A politician, government official or public figure could suffer irreparable damage to his or her career and reputation.
These consequences are steep, which is why many seek immediate legal counsel from a lawyer with a track record of success handling white collar crimes.
Seeking Skilled Counsel With A Proven Record For Results
At The Kaufman Law Group, we understand the full scope of public corruption charges and the impact they can have on a person’s life or an organization’s standing in the community. We have more than 30 years of experience developing strong defense strategies that look at the big picture and seek the most favorable outcomes for our high-profile clients.
Founding attorney Gary Jay Kaufman is a skilled trial lawyer with hundreds of trials under his belt. He has successfully defended multiple defendants under state and federal investigation for public corruption as well as a myriad of other federal white collar crimes.
Results Speak For Themselves. In a previous case involving potential public corruption charges, we successfully defended our clients. No criminal charges were filed.
Multicount Indictments Are Possible
Individuals and organizations facing public corruption charges may also be charged with other offenses, including mail and wire fraud, racketeering (RICO), and bribery. We are no strangers to the complexity of multicount indictments. We have extensive experience defending clients in these types of cases, and we have successfully secured favorable results that have included charges not being filed.
More Than 30 Years Practicing Law
The courtroom successes and media attention we have received while handling high-profile public corruption cases has made The Kaufman Law Group a law firm that public figures and government officials in California know they can rely on to protect their reputations and freedom.