PALM BEACH CRIMINAL TRIAL ATTORNEY
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“I WILL FIGHT TO PROTECT YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS UNDER THE LAW.”
Criminal Defense Attorney in West Palm Beach
Valentin Rodriguez, P.A.
Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorney
Val has handled federal criminal cases for over 22 years and has handled well over 350 federal cases to completion. He originally joined a panel of the Criminal Justice Act in 1998 and has been assigned federal cases regularly since that time. He has successfully defended several clients in federal court on drug offense charges, resulting in acquittals,hung juries, and low sentences. He has handled all sorts of complex federal criminal cases, as well as appeals.
He is experienced in complex fraud cases, having handled cases where the intended and actual fraud loss has approached $1 billion. For example, in the Mutual Benefits Corporation fraud case, his client was acquitted of all 54 federal charges while the co-defendant was convicted of 19 of those charges. See Recent Verdicts. The loss amount alleged in that case was over $800 million. He recently litigated a complex $300 million developer and bank fraud case, which resulted in the spouse’s acquittal, a retrial for the CEO, and a pending appeal in the 11th Circuit. In that case, the foremost expert in bank fraud testified about how major banks perpetuated the bank fraud on themselves.
CASES WE HANDLE:
Narcotics and Drug Trafficking
Firearms Related Offenses
Robbery & Burglary
Immigration Related Offenses
JW CaseJ.W. had his sentence reduced from 15.6 years to TIME SERVED once Val Rodriguez argued to a federal judge that a subsequent change in the law required a drastic re-sentencing for the defendant, who had previously been considered a career offender.JW Case
MV CaseM.V. was acquitted in 2000 of all charges involving a federal conspiracy to traffick heroin. His defense is that he was set up by a friend to be a drug courier when he did not have the intent to do so.MV Case
JS CaseJ.S. and all co-defendants were acquitted in 2000 of federal drug conspiracy charges when their wooden freighter that docked in the Port of Palm Beach for repairs was raided by Customs officers. Found hidden in the boat was over 20 kilograms of power cocaine. His defense was that he was a poor shipmate that had no knowledge of the hidden cocaine.JS Case
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