Criminal Defense

When the full weight of the government is brought to bear on you or your loved one, you need a fierce and effective defender. Our attorneys at Parlatore Law Group are renowned for creating and executing effective and aggressive legal defense strategies for our clients.

Our attorneys have a wealth of experience in many different jurisdictions including state and federal, which helps us to break out of the “cookie-cutter” mindset that many firms employ when running a local volume practice. We treat each case as if it is an individual mission and ensure that we are employing the best strategy for each case, rather than relying on “that’s the way it’s always been done.” We have represented clients on a wide array of matters, from securities fraud and insider trading to racketeering, murder and illegal gambling.

If you or a loved one are under investigation, or have already been charged, you need to immediately contact the best attorney you can get. Our attorneys pride themselves on handling matters from the investigative stage and frequently prevent charges from ever being filed.

While many national firms advertise “white-collar” practice, we at Parlatore Law Group do not believe in this term. White collar is a term primarily used by former prosecutors to allow them to make money practicing criminal defense without feeling “dirty.” The reality is that principles of criminal defense do not change based on whether the alleged crime is financial in nature or otherwise. Our firm prefers to pride itself on effective and successful results rather than reputational labels like “white collar.” Our founding partner Timothy Parlatore  jokingly enjoys calling himself a “red collar lawyer – white collar with a splash of blood.”

Examples of services include:

  • Wire Fraud
  • Mail Fraud
  • Tax Fraud
  • Election Fraud
  • Murder – Manslaughter
  • Racketeering
  • Larceny
  • Conspiracy
  • Obstruction of Justice
  • Gambling
  • Bribery
  • Public Corruption
  • Extortion
  • Counterfeiting
  • Firearms Offenses
  • Import/Export Violations
  • Espionage Act

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