Is the government investigating you, your business, or a competitor for a state or federal crime?
Have you received a letter or records request?
Have you been invited or subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury?
There is no substitute for aggressive, early intervention. Contact The Blanch Law Firm immediately if you answered “yes” to any of these questions. Located in the heart of New York City, the firm’s attorneys use more than 40 years of cumulative experience to help clients faced with government investigations.
The Blanch Law Firm has represented many individuals and businesses being investigated for serious crimes by various government agencies such as the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), grand juries, and others. This includes federal charges such as:
Antitrust & Trade Regulation Charges
Computer and Internet Crimes
Mail Fraud Charges
Wire Fraud Charges
Drug Trafficking and Other Charges
Experience has proven that starting early gives the firm’s lawyers a head start on the prosecution, enabling them to obtain witness statements and gather other evidence that will help your case.
It is important to seek legal representation at the first sign of a government investigation. As the government begins its investigation of an individual suspected of a crime, the lawyers of The Blanch Law Firm collaborate to create effective, results-oriented defense. If you are being investigated by the government, please Contact the Firm now to discuss your options.
Attorneys at The Blanch Law Firm devote time and hard work to preventing further action — including formal charges — by the government. They conduct investigations, interview witnesses, and research all financial matters and legal options. If the government is conducting an investigation of your company, The Blanch Law Firm can act as a liaison between your business and the government, protecting your rights and interests.
Being proactive can be the difference between facing misdemeanor or felony charges — or no charges at all. Indeed, our first goal will be to work proactively to prevent charges from being filed at all. The government has great authority to dismiss cases before an individual or company has been formally indicted by a grand jury.
re you concerned about a potential government investigation? Are you or your business being investigated? For a free and confidential initial consultation, please Contact The Blanch Law Firm by calling 212-736-3900.