Orlando Public Corruption Criminal Defense Attorneys
Prosecutors have many motives when working to convict public officials of corruption charges, including the publicity that can come with a high-profile case. When providing public corruption criminal defense legal services, lawyers must be familiar with prosecutors' processes, methods and motivations, and be prepared to question evidence in the pursuit of an acquittal, dismissal of charges or significantly reduced charges.
At Leventhal & Slaughter, LLC our three-member attorney team includes a former assistant U.S. attorney and former chief assistant United States attorney. Mr. Leventhal and Mr. Slaughter have each resolved thousands of cases. We have worked for a combined four decades to use knowledge gained as federal prosecutors to defend public officials' rights in state and federal court.
Have you been accused of pubic corruption as an elected official, appointed official or hired official? Do you face charges of criminal violations relating to your relationship with a public official? Call 407-849-6161.
We have handled a broad range of charges relating to public corruption. Have you been accused of:
- Election fraud?
- Sexual assault or another sex crime related to your job?
- A conflict of interest?
- Falsifying time records?
- Ethics violations?
We have represented the mayor of Orlando, the Mayor of Orange County the mayor of Kissimmee, and county property appraisers, law enforcement officials, postmasters and many other elected officials in a range of positions. If you have questions regarding any criminal charges or ethics violations relating your public office and public service, contact our office for a no-charge discussion of your questions and concerns.
If you have questions regarding tax evasion and tax fraud criminal charges, contact our firm for a free initial consultation. We accept credit cards, are available for evening and weekend appointments, and are conveniently located in downtown Orlando within walking distance of the federal and state courthouses. To contact us, call 407-849-6161.