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Daniel N. Arshack

Daniel Arshack’s Legal Cases

6 total

  • U.S. v. Business Leader

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    dismissed
    Description:
    We were retained by a prominent businessman from California who was questioned by the FBI relating to an international bribery investigation which involved a high ranking foreign government official. After a lengthy investigation by our office and the pre-indictment presentation of compelling evidence to the Government we were able to convince the Prosecutor that our client was not the correct target of their interest, the investigation was re-focused on other individuals and the case against him was abandoned.
  • U.S. v. Doctor

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    Dismissed
    Description:
    A physician came to us after being contacted by the FBI. The Agents insisted that the physician was involved in a kick-back scheme involving his prescription activities. After a thorough examination of all of the evidence, including several videos of our client interacting with the undercover pharmaceutical representative, we presented our legal analysis and findings and conclusions to the Government and successfully argued that no case could be proven against our client. The case was dropped.
  • New York v. Nurse

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    dismissed
    Description:
    A nurse was charged with the sexual abuse of a disabled patient. After carefully listening to our client's description of his interaction with the patient and coming to a full understanding of the patient's medical condition, we concluded, with the help of a medical expert, that the patient was suffering from a known psychiatric phenomena of individuals suffering from that particular illness who received a particular medication regimen. We were able to convince the prosecutor that the complaining witness was suffering from a drug induced psychosis and the case was dismissed against our client.
  • New York v. Video Evidence

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    dismissed
    Description:
    A young man was charged with a gun point robbery of a car wash. The robbery was caught on video tape. The young man was seen and arrested in the vicinity of the car wash and was identified by the victim of the robbery. Although the individual in the video tape looked remarkably like our client, our careful review of the tape and our discussions with our client convinced us that we could prove that the man on the video tape was not our client. We had an expert in photogrametry examine the video tape, go to the scene to take very specific measurements of the scene and develop compelling evidence that the individual on the videotape was several inches taller than our client. On the eve of trial, the prosecutor dismissed the case.
  • New York v. Homicide

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    Acquittal
    Description:
    A man was charged with the homicide of his upstairs neighbor and the attempted homicide of another upstairs neighbor. He was arrested exiting his apartment building carrying items which came from the deceased man's apartment and he was identified as the attacker by the surviving neighbor. After a multi-week trial which detailed the errors of the police investigation and the bias of the eyewitness the jury determined that it could not find guilt beyond a reasonable doubt and our client was acquitted.
  • U.S. v. RICO

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    dismissed
    Description:
    Our client was visited by federal agents who suggested that he had participated in a scheme to defraud the government of 2.5 million dollars by charging excessive amounts for work that was never done. While our client did benefit from the contract payments made by the government, after an analysis by our forensic accountant, we were able to explain that the payments made to our client were legitimate and appropriate and that their interest should correctly be focused on others who received other funds under questionable circumstances. The case against our client was dismissed.