“Judges and juries alike have praised our command of the law.”
White Collar Defense
At Almadani Law, we have significant experience handling criminal and civil white-collar matters. Whether it is responding to a subpoena, summons, warrant, or complaint, we are there every step of the way. In a criminal matter, if you come to us before charges are filed, our first goal is to knock out the government’s case without charges ever being filed.
We take criminal charges very seriously because with them comes the strong possibility of losing your freedom. It is for this reason that the Constitution requires that a person be presumed innocent until proven guilty to a jury beyond a reasonable doubt. The Constitution also guarantees every man or woman the right not to incriminate him or herself, to not be arrested without probable cause, and to have a fair and speedy trial with legal representation.
Civil litigation is a courtroom chess match with complex decisions at every turn. There are pleadings, motions, written discovery, depositions, expert battles, more motions, trial, and appeal. Every move at every stage informs the next. Mr. Almadani is a battle-tested trial attorney who understands the litigation chessboard and strategizes each case with the end-game in mind.
The government is not supposed to seize assets without having probable cause to link them to a crime. So, when the government seizes private assets, it has the burden to prove its case. There are ways to attack the government’s case and get your money and property back. The challenge is to understand and navigate the process, which can be lengthy and technical. With an experienced asset forfeiture attorney, you can almost always get some or all of your assets back.
No one is above the law, including the police. When the police take advantage of their power to commit a crime against an individual or violate an individual’s civil rights, there must be justice. At Almadani Law, we take pride in defending the rights of those who have been victimized by law enforcement.