Florida’s Attorney General (AG) has enormous power and influence when investigating businesses. When there are suspicions that a company has violated the criminal state laws dealing with healthcare and medical consumer laws, it is often the Florida Attorney General’s Office, including its investigators, who begin the investigation into the matter. While an AG investigation may appear to be a routine inquiry, do not be fooled. Treat the situation like the pending criminal investigation it is by retaining an experienced attorney to protect your rights.
The Law Offices of Horwitz & Citro, P.A. is ready to assist you and your company in this uniquely stressful and difficult legal situation. Preventing criminal charges by representing our clients early is nothing new to our legal team.
We have played integral roles in criminal investigations defending cases throughout the country, including:
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While conducting an investigation, an AG can act in a way that uses both civil requests and criminal tools. That is to say, an AG may request information from you and your company under the guise of a civil or administrative inquiry. However, as soon as there is reason to believe criminal wrongdoing may have occurred, the tone can shift and the AG may use a criminal subpoena to demand potential evidence to use against you or your company.
Our Orlando defense lawyers of the Law Offices of Horwitz & Citro, P.A. are here to be the counterweight in the pending AG investigation. By permitting us to represent you and your company, you will be ready for any inquiry or demand put forth by the AG. Our extensive background as former federal prosecutors have equipped us with the knowledge, insight and experience needed to properly respond to allegations made against you. Depending on the situation and what we can uncover through a careful defense investigation, it could be possible to entirely shut down the AG’s investigation before rumors of criminal charges can ever circulate. In the event the investigation does lead to criminal charges, our defense investigation will have the benefit of obtaining important evidence for our experienced attorneys to use in your defense.
There is no time to lose when you or your organization is targeted by a Florida Attorney General investigation. Call (407) 901-5852 to get us on your side right away.
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