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Month: July 2018

Mr. Dudley Convinces Officer Not to Refer the Case to the District Attorney

Posted on July 24, 2012 Earlier this year a local police department lured a Hollywood screenwriter into delivering a quantity of cocaine, methamphetamine and ecstasy to a female undercover officer who was allegedly seeking a “hook up” over the Internet. Arrested for felony possession of three controlled substances for distribution, the screenwriter was facing a potential prison sentence of seven years. Immediately after his arrest, the screenwriter hired Attorney Dudley to represent him. Not waiting for his client’s forthcoming court date or even the prosecutor’s filing of formal charges, Mr. Dudley entered into…

What Should One Expect in a Federal Embezzlement Case?

If you are the subject of a federal embezzlement case, there are some things you may want to know about the process from the initial investigation to the trial. Generally, you will first be made aware of a federal embezzlement case against you when you receive a target letter from the United States Attorney’s Office. In most cases, this letter simply is intended to make you aware that you are being made the target of a grand jury investigation being conducted by the federal government. …