Category Archives: Trial preparation

Speedy Trial Act Strategy in White-Collar Cases (Part I)

Being under criminal investigation is a stunningly powerless situation. You can’t control when the government starts an investigation, how long it lasts or when it will end. The Speedy Trial Act presents one of the few times when a criminal … Continue reading

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Why Won’t the Witness Talk to Me?

When I’m representing a white-collar criminal defendant pre-indictment, one of my key tasks is to try to contact potential witnesses. But when? The timing is a tightrope. Contact a witness before you know anything about the case and your risk … Continue reading

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