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Washington, DC and Maryland Drug Arrest: Marijuana

In Maryland and the District of Columbia, possessing certain amounts of marijuana is a crime.  A conviction for the possession for sale, cultivation, or distribution may carry a heavy sentence.  If the state suspects that you are a distributor, it may contact federal authorities.  A conviction in federal court will involve the federal sentencing guidelines, in which a mandatory minimum prison sentence may be involved.

Going to jail is not the only consequence of a conviction.  Criminal convictions will show up on future backgrounds checks, can be used against you in child custody or legal competence hearings, can cause travel inconveniences, such as being scrutinized by the TSA at airports.  Furthermore, if you are ever involved in a case such as rape, assault, home defense, a traffic accident, or a workplace incident, a marijuana or other narcotics conviction may adversely affect the outcome of your case.

A second drug arrest can be much harder to deal with than a first.  If you are a regular cannabis user, it is likely that you will run into legal problems.  It is important to do everything possible to avoid “building a record” which could make charges harder to plea down, and penalties more severe, in the future.

Plea deals offered by a prosecutor can vary.  It will depend on the current caseload in the system, the particulars of your case, the prosecutor and judge on the specific case, the current goals or agenda of the prosecutor’s office regarding drug crimes, the category of drug and offense, whether it is a local or Federal prosecution, and other factors.  Whether you can get a better plea deal, or whether you should go to trial, are questions that can only be answered by an attorney who has dealt with marijuana and drug cases.

Attorney Brian Bregman is experienced in this area of the law and likewise has years of courtroom experience. He has defended large and small drug cases in the Maryland and the District of Columbia.  His experience and knowledge may help in determining what direction or course of action to take.  Do not let a small-time drug arrest snowball into more serious problems down the road.

If they think you are a distributor, they could hand your case over to the Feds, then you will be looking at mandatory minimums with limited parole.  They could even pressure someone who is a big dealer to point the finger at you.  You’ve heard the stories, it happens.  Maybe not this arrest, but the next one. Don’t be the unlucky one. Call us any time to get a free consultation at 301-362-0009.

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 Uncategorized Comments Off on Washington, DC and Maryland Drug Arrest: Marijuana

Legal Defense for Maryland and Washington, DC Board of Physicians License

Losing your right to practice medicine can be a life-changing event. As attorneys, we know the importance of your right to work in this field to which you have devoted your life.  Attorney Brian Bregman is familiar with the infractions and events that can lead to investigations by the Board of Physicians, and understands how to defend aggressively against these types of allegations to improve your chances to keep your license.  Brian Bregman has advocated successfully on behalf of many in a similar position, and is eager to serve those in need in this vital circumstance.

There is a strong likeliood that a physician will be threatened with an accusation of malpractice at some point in his or her career, whether justified or not.  If you find yourself in this situation, it is vital that you take measures to protect yourself from the moment a malpractice claim is filed or threatened with an allegation of malpractice.  Such accusations do not die on their own, but can follow you for the rest of your life if not handled in a competent and judicious manner.  This means not just disputing the charge, but also doing everything necessary to maintain a clean record. 

Physicians are frequently charged with crimes unrelated to their practice of medicine. These charges could jeopardize their standing with the medical board.  Attorney Brian Bregman has defended many practitioners from charges which may not be significant to an ordinary person, but which can have a major impact on licensing status for medical practitioners.  In these circumstances, ordinary criminal charges require an extraordinary response, in pursuit of complete exoneration.  Deferred prosecution, probation, and pleas – which any prosecutor will be quick to offer and which most defendants are quick to accept even if they have done nothing wrong – are not as favorable for doctors as they may be for the average person.  You need an attorney who recognizes that your case cannot be handled like that of the average person.  You need the record to show that you were completely exonerated.

Doctors may also be accused of improper relationships with staff or patients, unrelated to medical treatment.  As an attorney with extensive experience defending sex-crime allegations, workplace law, and civil law, Attorney Brian Bregman knows how to deal with these types of witnesses and accusers.  The first question is why is the accuser making such statements?  Psychological examinations and profiles, and an investigation of past criminal behavior or similar accusations, can often uncover the real motive of the witness.  But you will need someone on your side who is an expert in the way these witnesses operate, and in revealing why they often lack credibility.

New laws stack an ever-increasing regulatory and compliance burden on practicing physicians, whether operating out of their own office in primary care, or as a specialist employed by a large institution.  With thousands of records and documents, everyone in the medical field has made some error or omission at some point.  Any aggressive actor with a motive can find some vulnerability to use against you.  Attorney Brian Bregman has successfully defended many people accused of financial or esoteric technical missteps.  The key to such accusations is the large body and types of evidence used.  Brian Bregman knows how to use such records in trial, or to avoid even going to trial, and has built many successful cases by elucidating large patterns of compliance and financial records in a favorable way.

Even in the area of medical treatment, it is easy to level accusations of what “should have” or “should not have” been done.  Often in the medical field, what is proper can be subject to new research or the opinions of experts, and may vary across time and jurisdiction.  Brian Bregman is familiar with the use of experts to establish whether any clear violation of appropriate action has taken place.  For every expert there is an equal expert with an opposite opinion, and what is presented as certain may be open to reasonable dispute.  Brian Bregman is aggressive in the use and examination of technical and scientific knowledge processes in the course of legal defense.  We will draw on the entire array of expert knowledge, research, evolution of best and standard-practice benchmarks, variation in common practice, and differing opinions available.  And we will show how these fit together in the institutional supervisory and monitoring frameworks within which physicians are constrained to operate, and the liability chain.

Whether a direct accusation of improper care, an accusation related to the practice of medicine such as improper record-keeping, insurance/Medicare/Medicaid fraud, VA or mental-health related, or improper use of controlled substances, or an unrelated criminal charge, Attorney Brian Bregman will use his experience as a trial lawyer to establish the facts in your favor.  You cannot let them take your livelihood away from you.

Attorney Brian Bregman and his staff bring extensive on-the-ground experience in many other legal areas, including:

1) Tough Cases – for accusations of criminal wrongdoing, pleadings, and stopping a hard case as early as possible to protect your name,

2)  Improper Institutional Behavior – holding compliance and other enforcement officers and staff to legal and ethical standards of conduct in pursuing a physician,

3) Incorrect Procedures and Technicalities – often a physician is branded with the wrong violation, or accused of something that is no way supported by the evidence, or accusations fail to fulfill the proper formalities – such cases can be disposed of quickly, and

4) Hearing Defense – for cases that must go to hearing, where no earlier resolution can be found, you will want an attorney who is experienced dealing with the types of witnesses and evidence that are common in a medical setting.  Attorney Brian Bregman and his staff have this experience, and have handled many complex cases with a favorable outcome.

Thursday, July 24th, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments

Legal Defense for Maryland and Washington, DC Board of Nursing License

Losing your license to practice nursing can be a life-changing event.  If you are at risk of losing your job, income, and home, it is important to treat this with seriousness and urgency.  Attorney Brian Bregman is familiar with the infractions and events that can lead to investigations by the Board of Nursing, and understands how to defend against these types of allegations and help you keep your license.  Attorney Bregman has represented licensed practitioners and has achieved successful outcomes. Let us make sure that the safest steps are taken to help you keep your job.

It is important to remember that anyone can accuse you of negligence or abuse at any time, without just cause.  For example, nurses who have used illegal drugs can be in jeopardy of losing their licenses even if it has not affected their jobs.  Allegations of falsifying patient records, failure to obtain consent, and other professional misconduct, may come from patients, coworkers, or other sources, and can lead to consequential legal proceedings.  If you are placed on probation by the Board of Nursing, or if you have broken the law, you have to be very careful. 

Attorney Brian Bregman is eager to fight allegations that could result in your nursing license being suspended or revoked.  He has defended many people just like you.  If you have received a letter, or you are under investigation by the Board of Nursing, you must take the opportunity to stand up and defend yourself.  You will need an attorney to establish the facts in a professional way, and put a legal weight behind your position.  This needs to be done whether you have a hearing, or before it even gets that far.

We defend professional license holders from accusations, fight the denial of licenses, defend licensees under investigation, appeal adverse licensing agency decisions, and offer complete professional license related services.  We also handle the criminal defense of crimes which could impact professional licensure status.  If you have been turned down or believe you could be turned down for a license, or you are under investigation by your licensing board, if you have received a notice that your license may be suspended or revoked, if you have to disclose negative information on a license application, or if you have just lost a license hearing, contact us so that we can help.

You cannot let them take your livelihood away from you.  As attorneys, we know the importance of your right to work in this field to which you have devoted a large part of your life.  We are a flexible firm and eager to help, with evening and weekend appointments available.  For assistance in this important matter of defending your right to practice nursing, call Attorney Brian Bregman at  (301) 362-0009 for a free consultation.

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments

Professional License Defense, Including Nursing, Physicians, Dental Examiners, Mental Health, Occupational and Commercial Drivers Licenses, and Real Estate

You cannot let them take your livelihood away from you.  As attorneys, we know better than anyone the importance of your right to work in a field to which you have devoted a large part of your life.

Bascietto & Bregman, LCC is devoted to the legal representation of medical, mental health and other licensed professionals in administrative licensing matters, professional license defense, health law and the criminal defense of crimes which impact professional licensure status. Since our inception, we have successfully represented many physicians, nurses, dentists, veterinarians, lawyers, and psychologists in both disciplinary and post-disciplinary licensure matters.

We handle cases involving the following licensing boards and types of license, as well as others.

  • Board of Nursing
  • Board of Physicians
  • Board of Dental Examiners
  • Board of Chiropractic Examiners
  • Board of Examiners in Optometry
  • Board of Physical Therapy Examiners
  • Board of Social Work Examiners
  • Occupational Drivers License
  • Real Estate License

We defend professional license holders from accusations, fight the denial of licenses, defend licensees under investigation, appeal adverse licensing agency decisions, and offer complete professional license related services. If you have been turned down or believe you could be turned down for a license, are under investigation by your licensing board, have received a notice that your license may be suspended or revoked, have to disclose negative information on a license application, or have just lost at your license hearing, contact us so what we can help.

Our attorneys assess the professional’s situation, rights, and legal defenses. We will carefully review all available documentation associated with the case and work closely with you to understand the charges and accusations that you are facing. We will present a strong defense on your behalf, skillfully working to secure a favorable result. If you are facing an issue with your professional license, contact us at (301) 362-0009 for a free consultation

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments

Online or Internet Crimes, Including Child Pornography, Fraud, Hacking, Impersonation, and Unauthorized Access

It is very easy to get caught up in a cyber-crime charge.  Something as simple as a single accidental mouse click can put you at risk for some of the most extreme sentences in the criminal justice system.  First, you need to keep your head up, and resolve to stand up for yourself and defend your rights, against the full might of the judicial system.  Second, you will need a highly-qualified attorney immediately, there is no way around this.  We strongly urge you to call Attorney Brian Bregman at 301-362-0009 right now.  In the event such charges are made, you are at the mercy of vast and complicated forces arrayed against you.  If we don’t stand up for you now, and you don’t stand up for yourself, then no one will.

Some things to know about cyber crime, and illegal or child pornography in particular are:

1) These are often Federal charges.  In other words, you are not being prosecuted by a local district attorney with limited time and resources, but by the US Federal Government.  The Feds have almost unlimited resources, and such cases can become very long and expensive, or disastrous, if not handled correctly.  You will need an attorney such as Brian Bregman who knows how to defend a Federal case correctly without even the simplest procedural errors.

2) Cyber-crime cases, including child pornography, are usually based on technical evidence.  The types of evidence are different from the types of evidence in most criminal cases, such as physical evidence and human testimony.  Rather, cyber-crimes cases will be built around high-tech evidence such as encrypted communications, hard drives, and network records.  The government has a large staff of technical experts who try to build a case that sounds technically undeniable.  Attorney Brian Bregman also works with technical experts, to pick apart which allegations may be accurate, and which other assertions maybe not so much.  For every expert, there is an equal expert with an opposite opinion, and what is presented as fact, may in fact be uncertain.

You cannot let the claims of government technical experts go unchallenged.  Whether the allegation is child pornography, hacking, wire fraud, or even something as simple as unauthorized login or email access, you must have an attorney such as Brian Bregman, who also uses technical expertise, and who is specifically prepared to defend against non-traditional or technical evidence.  Don’t screw around or think there is an easy way out.  Let us show those government technical experts who the real technical experts are, starting now.

Unfortunately with trojans these days, it is possible for nefarious programs to make their way onto your computer, and engage in illegal activity without your knowledge or authorization.  Such programs can steal passwords, log into sites, and may be designed to engage in activity in a way that appears to be an actual person.  If you have antivirus software, it can delete the executable, so that it can never be determined how the virus worked, or what files it may have downloaded, or what sites it may have logged into.  Even where logs and records exist, interpreting them can become ambiguous.  They are often sparse.  There can be innocent, alternate, or uncertain explanations for what is shown.  There can be different ways for files to get onto hardware, and different sources of network traffic.  Even IP addresses can be spoofed for various reasons, using widely-available software.  Your neighbor may even be a criminal using your network.

In addition to cyber crimes and technical evidence, some other areas of Attorney Brian Bregman’s expertise include:

1) Tough Cases – pleadings, and stopping a hard case as early as possible to protect your name,

2)  Improper Police Behavior – holding police to legal and Constitutional standards of conduct in pursuing a suspect,

3) Incorrect Charges and Legal Technicalities – often a defendant is charged with the wrong crime, or charged with something that is no way supported by the evidence – such cases can be disposed of quickly, and

4) Trial Defense – for cases that must go to trial, where no earlier resolution can be found, you will want an attorney who is experienced dealing with the procedures and types of evidence that come with a Federally-prosecuted or computer-related trial.  Attorney Brian Bregman has this experience, and has handled many high-stakes trials with a favorable outcome.

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments

Prostitution-Related Charges, Including Solicitation and Assignation

Unfortunately, a large net has been cast for activities associated with “human trafficking.”  This has resulted in a large number of recent prosecutions for pandering, solicitation, and related crimes.  This has become a burden on the justice system, as well as the individuals prosecuted.  Attorney Brian Bregman does like to see these cases closed and disposed of as quickly as possible.  With extensive experience working with prosecutors, these cases can often be brought quickly to an acceptable outcome.

Solicitation and prostitution are the category of sex crimes where an individual is accused of profiting from sex-related activities.  It is different from other sex crimes by focusing on the financial aspects of an event.  But it is grouped together with other sex crimes, such as rape and sexual assault, both in public perceptions and in the severity of sentences.  For this reason it is important to mount the strongest legal defense possible, avoiding missteps at the early stages.  But it also requires a more sophisticated defense, because the accusations are of a financial nature.  Attorney Brian Bregman has the knowledge and experience to deal with cases where the burden of proof rests on the financial aspects of the allegation.

Unlike other “single-action” crimes or sex crimes, prostitution-related crimes may have a large volume of complex evidence to prove money has changed hands, and under what circumstances.  It may be that no single piece of evidence rises to the level of a prosecutable crime.  Prosecutors may attempt to tie various pieces of evidence together, in a way that paints a picture that a crime has taken place.  They may try to pressure witnesses with prosecution.  Attorney Brian Bregman is an expert at picking through such various bits of evidence, including questionable witness statements, to determine whether a crime has actually been committed or can be proven.  There may be many explanations of evidence that favor the defendant.  Attorney Brian Bregman will work with the defendant and the prosecutor to interpret the evidence and resolve the case in a way that is favorable to the defendant.

Some other areas of Brian Bregman’s expertise include:

1) Tough Cases – pleadings, and stopping a hard case as early as possible to protect your name,

2)  Improper Police Behavior – holding police to legal and Constitutional standards of conduct in pursuing a suspect,

3) Incorrect Charges and Legal Technicalities – often a defendant is charged with the wrong crime, or charged with something that is no way supported by the evidence – such cases can be disposed of quickly, and

4) Trial Defense – for cases that must go to trial, where no earlier resolution can be found, you will want an attorney who is experienced dealing with the number of witnesses, and the types of financial evidence, that are necessary to prove a financial crime has taken place.  Attorney Brian Bregman has this experience, and has handled many complex trials with a favorable outcome.

 

 

Friday, July 18th, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments

Sex-Crime Allegations, Including Allegations of Rape and Crimes Involving Minors

Sex-crime allegations, including allegations of rape and crimes involving minors, are some of the most serious charges a person can be faced with.   The important thing to know is such charges can be dealt with in a rational way and often cases can be stopped from advancing.  Attorney Brian Bregman has the knowledge and experience to deal with these cases at every stage.  There have been too many of these cases lately.  And while they often seem to be brought over nothing, such cases have to be taken seriously, and do require an attorney, owing to the large risks associated with them.  Attorney Brian Bregman likes to see as many of these cases disposed of as quickly as possible.

Often mere allegations of rape or sex with a minor can change a person’s life beyond repair.  Unfortunately, such crimes are also likely to involve over-aggressive and even political actions on part of the prosecutor.  For this reason, the importance of hiring an attorney as early as possible in the process cannot be overstated.  Both to defend the charges, and protect your name and reputation.  An overzealous prosecutor, or a prosecutor’s office with an agenda or political motive, will pay no price for making allegations that could follow you the rest of your life.  Attorney Brian Bregman has extensive experience defending against these types of charges, and has experience with prosecutors in different jurisdictions who pursue these types of charges, in the Washington DC and Maryland areas.

First and foremost, Attorney Brian Bregman brings knowledge of the types of specific sex-crime prosecutions being brought in the DC Metropolitan region.  This includes knowledge of any special initiatives or sex crimes programs ongoing in the various districts and local law-enforcement departments.  The first step is knowing the goals of the prosecuting agency.  The second step is knowing the best way these charges can be disposed of.  Once the goals of the prosecutor are known, it can be shown how your case does not actually fit with those goals, and hopefully the case can be disposed of.

When you are accused of a crime, you may feel alone.  But we can show you how your case may be part of a larger pattern of prosecutions.  We have seen this before, and we know how to deal with it.

Prosecutions for rape and similar crimes may be based solely on the testimony of a single accuser.  For this reason, the next step is to determine the source of the allegations, and why the accuser would make such statements.  Relevant areas of investigation  might be the criminal and psychological history of the accuser, any similar accusations in the past, and the general behavior and motives of the accuser.  Charges involving a single witness can be very uncertain and hard to prove, providing a clear opportunity for an experienced attorney to work in your favor.

But while these types of cases can often be brought to a favorable outcome, it is important to do so as quickly as possible, for a variety of reasons.  Quick work can save longer problems.  You will need an attorney with specific experience in sex-crime accusations, to pursue those strategies which are unique to a rape or other specific accusation right away.  Attorney Brian Bregman has experience handling the unique aspects of a single-witness accusation, as well as in other relevant areas  including:

1) Tough Cases – pleadings, and stopping a hard case as early as possible to protect your name,

2)  Improper Police Behavior – holding police to legal and Constitutional standards of conduct in pursuing a suspect,

3) Incorrect Charges and Legal Technicalities – often a defendant is charged with the wrong crime, or charged with something that is no way supported by the evidence – such cases can be disposed of quickly, and

4) Trial Defense – for cases that must go to trial, where no earlier resolution can be found, you will want an attorney who is experienced dealing with the types of witnesses and evidence that are necessary to prove a sex crime has taken place.  Attorney Brian Bregman has this experience, and has handled many uncertain cases with a favorable outcome.

Friday, July 18th, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments

Undercover Police “Sting” Operations Related to Prostitution and Assignation in Hotel Districts Near the Airport

Attorney Brian Bregman defends clients for a wide-range of criminal charges, as well as for criminal summonses and citations.  Police departments in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Areas, and particularly in Anne Arundel County (especially in the Linthicum area, near the BWI / Thurgood Marshall International Airport) have been conducting undercover sting operations and charging men and women with prostitution and assignation.

Typically, these charges allege that a person responded to an advertisement on Backpage.com or other advertising sites.  The charges typically allege that a deal is made over the telephone to exchange sex for money.  However, these conversations are not recorded.  Typically, the police will arrest the defendant at the scene, but in recent cases and sting operations performed by the Anne Arundel County Police Department, the defendants are released from the scene, but later receive a criminal summons in the mail.  People should not be confused about this; being charged with a criminal summons is the same as being arrested in the first place.  You should never assume that you are getting any special treatment or that your case is less serious simply because you were not arrested.  You must take this case extremely seriously and use every tool at your disposal, including hiring an attorney to defend you.

Maryland Code §11-306 is the applicable statute, which prohibits prostitution (including the solicitation of prostitution) and assignation.  In some cases, the police officers charge the defendant with the wrong crime or offense.  An attorney can be helpful to your case by identifying this and other procedural errors, defenses, and strategies for winning your case.  Of course, no attorney can guarantee a particular result, but having an experienced attorney on your side can oftentimes make a difference between a conviction and an acquittal or dismissal of the charges.

Recently, members of the Anne Arundel County Police Department have conducted these types of undercover sting operations using Backpages.com advertisements and then arranging to meet persons who call in response to the advertisement at local hotel districts near the airport.  Typically, the advertisements involved are vague and somewhat mysterious.  Similarly, Attorney Brian Bregman usually finds that the conversations that occur between the undercover police officer and the accused are equally mysterious and ambiguous.  This could easily result in a violation of one’s rights, possibly involving entrapment, being charged with a crime for which a person did not intend to commit, and other violations that might result in a dismissal if they are identified early.  This why it is so important to contact an attorney immediately after being charged with any crime, or immediately when being questioned, interviewed, or contacted by any member of law enforcement in reference to an alleged crime.

Attorney Brian Bregman has defended many clients in the District Court of Maryland for Anne Arundel County, as well as in other district courts (such as Prince George’s, Montgomery, Howard, and Baltimore Counties) for these types of allegations.

Frequently, persons charged with the crime of prostitution (including solicitation of prostitution) and assignation, are embarrassed to speak about it.  However, Attorney Brian Bregman is very experienced in defending clients with these types of charges, he knows how to ask the right questions, and is an utmost professional when it comes to finding the best possible defense for your case.  If you, or someone you know, has been arrested or has received a criminal citation or summons for the crimes of solicitation of prostitution or assignation, they should contact Attorney Bregman immediately.

Time is always an important factor when preparing your case, therefore speaking with an attorney as soon as the incident occurs maximizes the chance that the attorney can seize upon procedural defects or other charging document errors, as well as to identify problems with the police investigation, issues pertaining to the failure of the police department to record the calls and/or text messages, and identifying other defenses that may be essential to the case.

In particular, the hotel districts in the Linthicum area, near the Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI) have been a particular target of these undercover sting operations by the Anne Arundel Police Department.  Persons charged in these cases are scheduled for trial in the District Court of Maryland for Anne Arundel County, typically in Annapolis.  Attorney Brian Bregman has successfully defended many clients in this courthouse.

Unfortunately, not only do these undercover operations charge Maryland residents (including those from the surrounding counties of Baltimore, Prince George’s, and Howard), but they also involve charges against persons who are not from the area.  For example, a business traveler with an overnight layover at BWI Airport might get charged in this undercover operation.  Just because you are not a Maryland resident does not mean that you should not take the charges seriously.  These cases involve allegations of misdemeanor crimes, which can result in a warrant for your arrest if you fail to appear for trial. They are not payable citations, and although your home state might deal with them in a particular way, here in Maryland these charges have the ability to ruin one’s record, result in probation, jail time, forfeiture of property, and other serious consequences.  You should always consult with an attorney who is familiar with defending these types of charges, particularly in the local jurisdiction in which they occur.   Contact Attorney Brian Bregman for a free consultation immediately.

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014 Uncategorized No Comments

Tax Audit Attorney

Attorney Brian R. Bregman represents individuals and businesses that are facing a tax audit, including income tax, and sales tax at the federal and state level.  He has the knowledge and experience requred to resolve IRS tax issues. The government will try to get as large an amount from you as possible, so it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side. Most regular citizens do not know the codes and laws related to tax audits, and if they try to take on the government alone, they are unlikely to get good results. if you are facing a tax audit, contact Brian R. Bregman at 301-362-0009 for a free consultation.

Monday, November 11th, 2013 Uncategorized No Comments

Internet Crimes

Brian R. Bregman offers legal representation to individuals who have been charged with internet and computer related crimes in the state of Maryland. In recent years, the internet has become an importaint part of everyday life, and internet crimes are being prosecuted aggressively. If you have been charged with a computer crime, you need an experienced attorney who is knowledgeable about computers and the internet.

We represent people charged with the following types of crimes:

Internet Fraud
Internet pornography crimes
Online Credit Card Fraud
Identity Theft
Intellectual property crimes
Hacking
Online traffic of illegal substances
Handling of classified data

If you have been charged with an Internet Crime, contact Brian R. Bregman at 301-362-0009 for a free consultation.

Monday, November 11th, 2013 Uncategorized No Comments

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