Scarinci Hollenbeck represents clients in a variety of criminal matters which include the defense nationwide of allegations of white collar crimes.

Our criminal defense attorneys include former prosecutors and certified criminal trial attorneys. Our representation often begins prior to the filing of formal charges and includes pre-indictment analysis. Our lawyers understand that it is often advisable to speak with prosecuting authorities before charges are filed. Once charges are brought we are familiar with and utilize various pre-trial procedures to advance our client’s interests. We have extensive experience representing individuals and businesses in the following areas:

  • Defense of various State and Federal criminal, civil, administrative and regulatory matters including R.I.C.O, federal bank fraud and corruption prosecutions.
  • Criminal investigations and prosecutions under the direction of the United States Attorney’s Office, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement;
  • Criminal investigations and prosecutions under the direction of the New Jersey Attorney General, which include the Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor, the Board of Medical Examiners, and the New Jersey Board of Dentistry;
  • Criminal investigations and prosecutions under the direction of county prosecutors for all violent crimes, thefts, and drug offenses;
  • Professional licensing issues before state and federal licensing boards;
  • Representation of witnesses, including those in their professional capacity, subpoenaed before Federal and State Grand Juries.
  • Professional licensing issues before state and federal licensing boards;
  • Internal audits/investigations for businesses who suspect wrongdoing by their employees and agents
  • Federal and State plea negotiations, trials, and appeals;
  • Post conviction matters including appeals, Intensive Supervision applications and hearings, conditional discharge, and other diversionary programs; and
  • Expungement of arrest and conviction records.