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Orlando Defense Attorneys for Securities Fraud Allegations

Being charged with securities fraud or insider trading is a serious matter. It is usually a federal charge, which means you will face federal prosecutors and government agencies such as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). Fighting the federal government is a job that should be undertaken only by an experienced criminal defense attorney.

The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen & Associates provides federal criminal defense representation to individuals and businesses. Our founding attorney is a former prosecutor leading a team of trial lawyers who have handled hundreds of criminal cases. Mr. Cohen is a member of the federal Criminal Justice Act (CJA) panel for the Middle District of Florida as well as a former judge.

Our talented attorneys are prepared to provide you a vigorous defense. We will thoroughly investigate the charges against you and work to exploit weaknesses in the prosecution’s case. For a free consultation about your securities fraud charges with an Orlando lawyer, please call 407-680-2093 or 407-680-2093, or contact us online.

SEC Violation Defense

Securities fraud can be committed by several parties. Company officials may deceive investors by presenting false information about their investments. A company officer, director or employee may unlawfully disclose confidential stock information to others. If a person knowingly acts on that confidential information, he or she can be charged with fraud or insider trading as well.

Because securities fraud often involves transmission of false or confidential information over the Internet, suspects are often charged with wire fraud. In addition, charges of accounting fraud and conspiracy may be brought against the suspects.

The Law Office of Corey I. Cohen & Associates has the skill and experience to defend you against these charges. We fight federal charges every day and know what it takes to be successful in federal court.

Contact an Attorney Today

Hiring a lawyer early in the process, such as at the investigative stage, may prevent charges from being filed. Please call our office at 407-680-2093, or contact us online to schedule an appointment.