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REPRESENTATIVE CASES

The Suarez Law Firm has represented clients in a wide variety of matters involving state and federal authorities.

THE FOLLOWING ARE SOME EXAMPLES.

United States v. Medicare Advantage HMO
(United States District Court, Middle District of Florida).

Health Care Fraud and False Claims Act Violations.
Criminal investigation closed with no charges filed.

United States v. CEO of Pharmaceutical Company
(United States District Court, Middle District of Florida).

Health Care Fraud and False Claims Act Violations.
Criminal investigation closed with no charges filed. Civil and regulatory investigations resolved to client’s satisfaction.

United States v. Doctor
(United States District Court, Middle District of Florida).

False Claims Act Violations.
Civil and regulatory investigations resolved to client’s satisfaction.

State of Florida v. Private Security Company
(Statewide).

Regulatory Violations with Criminal Consequences.
Criminal investigation closed with no charges filed. Regulatory investigation resolved to client’s satisfaction.

State of Florida v. J.A.
(13th Judicial Circuit).

Homicide.
Court dismissed murder charges and declared client immune from prosecution following pretrial litigation and evidentiary hearing on Florida’s Stand Your Ground Law.

State of Florida v. J.D.
(13th Judicial Circuit).

Termination of Parental Rights.
Court denied State’s petition to terminate client’s parental rights after trial.

United States v. Former VP of Healthcare Equipment Company
(United States District Court, Middle District of Florida).

False Claim Act Violations.
Represented client throughout investigation including client’s sworn deposition.

State of Florida v. J.D.
(13th Judicial Circuit).

Termination of Parental Rights.
Court denied State’s petition to terminate client’s parental rights after trial.

United States v. COO of Manufacturing Company
(United States Department of Justice, Fraud Section Investigation).

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations.
After detailed presentations and discussions with United States Department of Justice, Government declined criminal prosecution of client.

United States v. Attorney
(United States District Court, Middle District of Florida).

Tax Fraud.
After detailed presentations and discussions with United States Attorney’s Office, Government declined prosecution of client.

State of Florida v. Bank President
(13th Judicial Circuit).

DUI and Possession of Marijuana.
Charge reduced to reckless driving; client received a withhold of adjudication and all charges were sealed.

State of Florida v. Bank Executive
(13th Judicial Circuit).

Theft of Trade Secrets.
Client permitted to enter pre-trial intervention program; charges dismissed upon completion of program.

United States v. Air Force Officer
(United States District Court, Middle District of Florida).

Mail Fraud and Wire Fraud.
Client acquitted by jury after trial.

United States v. CFO Insurance Company
(United States District Court, Northern District of Florida).

Mail Fraud.
Charges reduced to single misdemeanor.

State of Florida v. High School Student.
(13th Judicial Circuit).

Written Threats (Threatening Text Messages).
After detailed presentations and discussions with the State Attorney’s Office, client permitted to enter a diversion program; charges dismissed upon completion of program.

State of Florida v. Wealth Manager / Financial Planner
(13th Judicial Circuit).

Grand Theft. Client accused of defrauding clients of nearly $1,000,000.00.
After detailed presentations and discussions with the State Attorney’s Office, State of Florida agreed to non-prison resolution.

In re: D.R.
(6th Judicial Circuit).

Involuntary Placement for Mental Health Treatment
(“Baker Act”).

Client released from involuntary placement at psychiatric facility following independent examination.

State v. College Student
(13th Judicial Circuit).

DUI.
Client acquitted by jury after trial.

United States v. J.G.
(United States District Court, Middle District of Florida).

Firearms.
Client acquitted by jury after trial.

IN ADDITION TO THIS LIMITED SAMPLE OF REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS, WE HAVE ASSISTED DOZENS OF LOCAL BUSINESSES AND INDIVIDUALS
IN RESPONDING TO GOVERNMENT SUBPOENAS AND OTHER GOVERNMENTAL AND REGULATORY INQUIRIES.