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  • 27 Jul 2017
      Click here and learn about the Criminal Law Firm Boca Raton. From the business: Specialties: Lawyer, Attorney, Criminal Attorney, Appeals Lawyer Criminal Lawyer, Criminal Defense Lawyer, Criminal Justice Attorney, Criminal Defense Attorney, Trial Lawyer, Defense Lawyer, Defense Attorney, Trial Attorney, Appeals Attorney History: It was established in 2008. Attorney Brian Silber started his career as a criminal defense lawyer. His mission is to help the people who have been arrested or charged with the crime. He practiced for almost five years and then he established hisCriminal Law Firm Boca Raton in 2008. When he completed his graduation from the University of Miami, he started his career and started practicing as a criminal lawyer at the Broward State Attorney's Office.  There he served as a special unit prosecutor, as a lead felony prosecutor, and as a supervisor in the DUI unit. His goal was to fight with the heart for his clients. He wanted to provide people their rights. Whatever nature of the case he offers strong support and helps to a plea negotiation, a trial, or a motion to dismiss. No matter, which type of case you hold you can get aid and solution of your problem. Meet the Business Owner: Brian S. (Business Owner) Attorney Brian Silber is a double graduated from the University of Miami. He is a native Floridian, and he holds a Juris Doctor degree from the School of Law and Bachelor of Business Administration. Moreover, he has a major in Finance from the School of Business. He served as a criminal lawyer and as a prosecutor.  Then, he left the government job and started the practice of law as a criminal defense lawyer. His firm is supportive and can manage many types of criminal cases federal courts and state including criminal appeals.  He can take any case whether short, long or complicated. FloridaPersonal Injury Attorneys has offices in Boca Raton, Miami, Gainesville, Stuart and satellite offices for appointment in Orlando, Jacksonville, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Pensacola, Sunrise, and Sarasota. The Criminal Law Firm Boca Ratonwill be providing interactive and friendly lawyers that help you solve your case with care, respect, and courtesy, unlike other firms and lawyers. We interact with you in a soft style and build a strong customer relationship to examine your problems and to understand your demands in a legit way. This way is better to solve your problem by bringing your personal injury case to a significant level and maximize your recovery as fast as possible. This will help you get your life back in order. Not only you’re your relatives, friends and loved ones will be satisfied with our excellent services of all types. We understand which type of problems you can face following an accident such as emotional, physical, and financial problems. Our main office is located in the Boca Raton, Florida, and many other across the state of Florida. When you need a personal injury lawyer, we are here to help you. Metadata: Get the help of Criminal Law Firm Boca Raton and solve your problems in an easy and efficient way.
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  • 29 Jul 2017
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  • 28 Jul 2017
    Sometimes, such incidents occur which one has not even thought of. On this post, we are going to discuss an incident which has broken the hearts of many people, in which a woman was shot a by a policeman during a play. It was really a horrifying moment for her husband when his wife was shot dead who was standing just 10 feet away from him. Mary Knowlton was shot by a police officer named Coel, 28 incidentally when she had taken part in a police role play. Mrs. Knowlton's husband, Gary, said the 73-year-old mother had 'volunteered to be the victim in the mock shooting' that took her life. Gary, husband of Mary Knowlton was so much shocked due to such incident but he said that he has to learn how to live without her. They met each other in a high school and had been married for 55 years, Gary added that he doesn’t blame officer Coel and says that it was an incident, that’s pretty strange. Mr. Garry told that she volunteered to be the victim in this mock shooting, he was standing 10 feet away from her when the officer shot her. The audience believed that it was just a play and fake shots were fired but when the trail of blood started coming off, then everyone got into shock. Not only this case, the officer Coel was not a reputable officer, he was forced to resign from the Miramar Police Department after this case and previously he was caught red handed while he was dragging a suspect out of his police car by the ankles, forcing the suspect to land heavily on the asphalt after flying out of the backseat. He was left with horrific injuries that left him hospitalized, and due to this, the Attorney has said that Coel should never have been allowed to become a cop. The officer was captured as he accidentally shot and killed the community volunteer Mar Knowlton because he loaded his gun with live rounds instead of blanks. During such play, he was dressed as a criminal, the aim of the class was to teach people when not to shoot, officer Coel fired the fatal round while dressed in a gray hooded sweatshirt and black ski mask, trying to look like a criminal. Mary Knowlton was picked from the audience to play the victim during this whole scenario. Officer Coel shot her in shoulder and chest. He thought that he was firing blanks on her but that real though. When Mrs. Gary started bleeding, everyone knew that there’s something wrong there. After the incident, Officer Coel was sent to administrative leave while the incident is investigated by the Florida Department of Law enforcement. It was really shocking for everyone out there and especially for her husband who was standing by just some feet away. That the officer who was supposed to fire blank rounds on her shot her live rounds and transformed everyone into the shocking state.
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Miami white collar crime: Can you relate to these people?

A white-collar crime typically involves a person being accused of breaking the law for personal financial gain but in a non-violent manner.  Examples of white collar crimes are embezzlement, insurance fraud, tax evasion, bribery, Ponzi schemes, insider trading, cybercrime, money laundering, identity theft and racketeering.

Here are some recent examples of Miami white collar crime. Have you been accused of something similar?

Embezzling former University of Miami finance director pleads guilty to tax evasion

In March 2017, Kimberly Jean Miller pleaded guilty to four counts of tax evasion, as she tried to hide $2.3 million she embezzled from the University of Miami. The alleged crime occurred when she was director of finance at UM’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science in the Virginia Key, a position she held from 2002 until 2012.

According court documents reported by the South Florida Business Journal, Miller pocketed the money by falsifying invoices from a vendor called International Assets.  Miller changed the name on the invoices to “Inter, Inc.” so the checks would be returned by the vendor. Once the checks were returned, she deposited the money in a bank account she had for Intercontinental Oceans Inc. and, of course, didn’t report any of that income to the IRS.

If you’ve been accused of embezzlement or tax evasion, consider reaching out to Berman Law, specialists in Miami white collar crime.

Former Florida lawmaker went years without paying taxes

Erik Fresen, whose eight-year tenure as a member of the Florida House of Representatives ended because of term limits last November, pleaded guilty in April of not filing a tax return in 2011, when he made over $270,000.

But, the Miami Herald reported that Fresen admitted to not reporting his income to the IRS from 2007-2016, a time period which predates his election to the Florida House by a year.

Fresen still owes about $100,000 in back taxes, plus fines and penalties, according to federal prosecutor Harold Schimkat.

Fresen represented House District 114, which includes Flagami, West Miami, Coral Gables, Pinecrest, Palmetto Bay and Cutler Bay.

His sentencing is scheduled for Aug. 18, when he faces a punishment as lenient as probation and as stiff as a year in jail.  The prosecutor will seek the latter, his attorney the former. He also must prove to the court that he is paid up with the IRS or that he has a plan to do so.

Are you in a similar pickle with the IRS, too? The Berman Law Group can help.

Broward County couple ran lottery scheme

In May 2016, Elizabeth Gonzalez, a 25-year-old Broward County woman, pleaded guilty for her role in a lottery scheme that victimized elderly people.

Her husband, Delroy Drummond – a 26-year old musician known as Top Banga – was also part of the scheme. He was jailed in January of last year.

The scheme involved associates of the couple calling people in their 70s and 80s to tell them they won a lottery prize.  The victims were told they had to pay fees or taxes before they got their prizes. These people, obviously, had not won the lottery, and the money they sent went straight to Gonzalez and Drummond.

The Berman Law Group handles fraud cases should you have been accused.

Brothers sentenced for identity theft scheme

Also in May 2016, Bechir Delva, 24, and Dan Kenny Delva, 27, brothers from of Miramar, were sentenced to 102 months and 84 months, respectively, for an identity theft scheme.

The brothers were also ordered to pay $186,697 in restitution, according to Justice.gov.

The Delvas were convicted in February 2016 of possessing debit cards and over 1,600 social security numbers of other people. They also possessed several firearms, including an assault rifle. Eight victims testified against them at trial.

Florida is the most vulnerable state when it comes to identity theft and fraud, a study by Wallet.com found. Washington D.C. was worse, but as we know, that’s not a state.

The Berman Law Group can help you in cases of identity theft.

Money laundering and bank fraud

Nidal Ahmed Waked Hatum of Panama was arrested in 2016 after he was charged for conspiracy to commit money laundering and back fraud.  Miami-based Ocean Bank was the victim of the scheme, the Business Journal reported.

According to an indictment, Hatum’s scheme, which spanned between 2007 and 2009, involved moving money between two companies he owned – Florida-based Star Textile Manufacturing and Panama-based Vida Panama. The money transfers were disguised as loans, in an effort by Hatum and co-conspirator Tamas Zafir to trick Ocean Bank into giving them a lower interest rate.

The scheme also involved money from drug trafficking, as well as efforts to defraud an overseas bank, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.

The Berman Law Group has expertise on money laundering and bank fraud.

Worker compensation insurance fraud

Facing a sentence of as many as 20 years in prison, Maira Chirinos was arrested in 2016 for lying to an insurance company when applying for a workers’ compensation policy.

Chirinos, who owned a construction company called Tocao Builders Inc.., underreported the company’s number of employees, as well as its payroll – and by a lot. She claimed Tocoa’s payroll was just $76,000 during a time period over which more than $11 million in payroll checks was cashed, the Sun-Sentinel reported. 

The lies saved her – before she was caught – about $1.8 million.

The Berman Law Group specializes in Miami white collar crime.  If you need their help, visit their website.