Brad is a leading criminal defense attorney with extensive experience handling complex criminal matters in state and federal trial and appellate courts throughout the country, including in the United States Supreme Court. Brad regularly represents people charged with narcotics offenses, armed robbery, firearm offenses and a multitude of other federal and state crimes. He is admitted to practice in Tennessee, New York, and on specific cases in New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Hawaii, Missouri, North Carolina, Nebraska and Georgia. He regularly travels across the country to represent people charged with crimes.
Brad's practice also includes the representation of executives and other individuals in connection with a variety of federal and state offenses, including computer fraud and abuse, tax fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, honest services fraud, money laundering, export violations, environmental crimes, bribery of government officials and theft of trade secrets.
Brad has tried cases in federal and state courts around the country. In many of those cases the individual was acquitted of charges or recieved a reduced sentence. In addition to his trial skill, Brad is a skillful negotiator and has helped people obtain plea agreements leading to charges being dismissed, probation or a significanlty lower jail sentence in the most serious cases.
Brad is also a skillful criminal appellate attorney. Most recently, Brad was successful in having the United States Supreme Court grant Certiorari and reverse his client’s sentence for pharmacy robbery and related firearm offenses. Approximately 1% of all Supreme Court appeals are granted Certiorari each year.
Even if you have not been charged yet, Brad has also represented multiple individuals in investigations by the Securities and Exchange Commission, Department of Justice (Cybercrime Division, Environmental Protection Division, Public Corruption Division), Postal Inspector, Department of Homeland Security, Internal Revenue Service and various other federal agencies prior to charges being brought. In many of those cases no charges were ever brought against the investigated person.
Brad is a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Association of Federal Defense Attorneys, and the Federal Bar Council. He presents on various topics related to white collar and federal criminal cases.
• An individual in a prosecution for pharmacy robbery and related offenses; U.S. Supreme Court granted Certiorari, vacated judgment and remanded for further proceedings.
• Individuals in a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation into allegations of illegal trades.
• An individual in prosecution for bribery of an FBI special agent for the sale of classified government documents.
• A foreign national in a prosecution for violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for the creation and distribution of malicious software.
• An HR manager in a prosecution for embezzlement.
• A real estate executive in a prosecution for wire fraud.
• A healthcare executive in a Department of Health and Human Services investigation into fraudulent accounting activity.
• An executive of a national motorcycle club in a prosecution for RICO violations.
• A medical device engineer in a prosecution for theft of trade secrets.
• A bank employee in a prosecution for bank fraud; charges dismissed.
• An individual in prosecution for Medicare/Medicaid fraud.
• A CEO in a prosecution for mail fraud.
• An individual in the largest cash seizure in the southeastern United States ever.
• Former bank executive in a prosecution for tax evasion.
- An import/export company president in a prosecution for violations of the Arms Export Control Act.
- A plant manager of D.O.E. contracted nuclear remediation facility in a fraud investigation.
- A federal employee in a fraud investigation; no charges filed.
- Federal forfeiture of more than $150,000 of property and money; case dismissed by judge in pretrial motion stage.
- A business owner in credit card fraud; deferred prosecution.
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