Defending Doctors, Lawyers And Teachers For More Than 20 Years
A felony conviction can end the career of an attorney, a CPA, a doctor or a teacher or professor. For over thirty years we have kept professionals out of trouble, in business and preserved their good reputations. Knowing what to do, how to do it, who to call and when to act is the key.
When the stakes are high and careers are on the line, knowledge and experience count. We encourage you to contact us immediately if you are a professional facing a criminal charge.
For a free consultation, please call 239-955-6715 or complete our contact form. The criminal defense attorneys at Aiken & O’Halloran represent clients throughout the Fort Myers area.
Problems with trust accounts, the IRS, drugs and sex crimes can end a career.
Our team includes former prosecutors and a former IRS agent. For more than 20 years, we have defended lawyers for crimes ranging from child pornography to tax evasion. We understand the challenges and the absolute necessity of winning. We have represented attorneys in cases involving money laundering, conspiracy, grand theft and other serious felonies throughout Florida.
A false accusation of an improper touching or sexual relationship can destroy a teacher’s life for the foreseeable future. Students lie and are sometimes manipulative. Anger, jealousy and other misguided emotions often fuel false allegations against professors by students. These are must-win situations for the defendant, and there is no substitute for years of legal experience in and out of the courts.
Sean O’Halloran, a former state prosecutor, and Peter Aiken, a former federal prosecutor, have defended doctors in cases involving drug charges, DUI, health care fraud, tax evasion, child pornography, sex allegations and Medicare charges for more than 20 years. Federal court is a scary place, and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines are unforgiving. Experience counts.
A felony conviction will end the career of a real estate broker, an insurance agent, an investment broker, a financial counselor, a builder or anyone holding a state license. A charge of defrauding the elderly, stealing from a trust account, misappropriating money or lying on an application may destroy your livelihood. If you are contacted by investigators or have been charged, we encourage you to contact us immediately.
Contact Aiken & O’Halloran For A Free Consultation
For a free consultation, please call Aiken & O’Halloran at 239-955-6715 or complete our contact form. We represent clients throughout Fort Myers and the surrounding areas.