Responding To A Federal Criminal Allegation

The federal government does its homework before making a criminal allegation, but they may have missed important facts and circumstances in reaching their decision.  Attorney M. Bradford Randolph is an experienced federal criminal attorney who can help you to identify facts and circumstances that may reduce the seriousness of the charges against you, or prove your innocence.

Attorney Randolph can also help you to determine if a plea is appropriate, or the matter should go to trial. Mr. Randolph can represent you at trial, if that is the route that is chosen.

Authorities Must Prove Intent

There are many types of federal crimes, such as securities fraud, racketeering, the sale of counterfeit goods and tax evasion.  What these crimes have in common is that the government must prove that you intended to commit the crime.

Attorney Randolph can help you to identify and understand the key facts and circumstances in your case that may ameliorate any sentence, or prove your innocence.  People often quickly forget, or do not clearly remember, all of the facts and circumstances of their personal lives or their business activities that could be important in understanding actions you may have taken that are critical to the government's case against you.

Responding To A Summons

If you receive a summons from the federal government asking to speak with you or provide documents, either for yourself or your business, attorney Randolph can help you to decide how to respond to such a summons. Mr. Randolph can also represent you in your communications with the federal agency that sent you the summons.

Uniquely Experienced Representation

Attorney Brad Randolph is a certified public accountant (CPA) in addition to being an experienced attorney.  He has also served as treasurer and in-house counsel to a number of midsize and large corporations.  This gives clients of M. Bradford Randolph, Esq., PLLC, legal, business and accounting resources in a single firm that can help to interpret the facts and circumstances in your case and determine whether the government can prove intent to commit a crime.

Contact Us For Help In A Criminal Case

If you are facing a federal criminal allegation, we are here to help you explore your legal options.  Contact our Manhattan firm online, or by telephone at (212) 235-1456 to speak with a highly qualified federal criminal lawyer.