Whether you are charged with bribery in the public or commercial sector, you need experienced defense counsel immediately. In many cases, bribery is but one of many charges against a defendant that, in combination, can result in many years of prison time. Thus, if you are charged with any form of bribery, it is in your best interests to seek help from skilled NYC attorneys. The lawyers at the Law Offices of Tacopina Seigel & DeOreo can review the facts of your case, provide you with sound advice and defend you and your rights before a judge and jury.
In New York, bribery is a felony offense. This means that even if it is your first time being arrested, you face prison time. Additionally, the criminal justice system punishes public servants accused of bribery more harshly than individuals who commit bribery in the commercial sector. Some individuals arrested for bribery don’t even realize that their behavior constituted a crime. If you are arrested, or if you believe you are being investigated for any of the forms of bribery below, do not hesitate in consulting with criminal attorneys in NYC:
When you face charges for crimes like bribery and official misconduct, you need the advice and support of a reputable legal team that has a deep understanding of the criminal justice system. The experienced and successful bribery defense attorneys at Tacopina Seigel & DeOreo are proud to help you with the following aspects of your NYC case:
Bribery cases often involve exchanges of sums of money. Although the bribe may be paid in cash, it is often deposited in a traceable account after being received. As such, financial audits often constitute the bulk of discovery in bribery cases.
Depending on the nature of the bribe and the defendant’s position, key witnesses in a bribery case can include forensic accountants, tax experts and a range of public employees.
When you need immediate and reliable criminal defense help, the Law Offices of Tacopina Seigel & DeOreo is at your service. Call today at 212-227-8877 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with an experienced attorney at the firm.