Select The Best Attorney In South Florida to Represent You
When you are the focus of a criminal, enforcement, administrative, or civil action by the government, you only have one opportunity to select the best attorney to represent you. The wrong choice could lead to prison, monetary penalties, and loss of professional or business licenses and certifications.
Why Choose Serafini Law Office?
Representation before Self-Regulatory Organizations, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and Regulatory Agencies
Defense against Money Laundering, Rico, Drug Crimes, Counterfeiting, Human Trafficking charges
OVER FOUR DECADES OF EXPERIENCE
When you are the focus of a criminal, enforcement, administrative, or civil action by the government, you only have one opportunity to select the best attorney to represent you. The wrong choice could lead to prison, monetary penalties, and loss of professional or business licenses and certifications. In short, government actions place people and businesses in the utmost jeopardy. Additionally, when you are the victim of wrongdoing by a securities broker or a financial advisor, you need someone with experience to provide the best representation possible.
Mr. Serafini has 40 years of experience practicing law. His experience encompasses both private practice and public representation. He has been in the private practice of law in South Florida since 2001. After spending 11 years with large firms, in 2012 Mr. Serafini began Serafini Law Office, LLC.
MANY FACTORS DISTINGUISH RICHARD A. SERAFINI, ESQ.
Dubbed “The Sherlock Holmes of White-Collar Criminal Law” by Law.com, Mr. Serafini is a former federal prosecutor where he spent 10 years as a senior prosecutor at the United States Department of Justice. He was a fraud and organized crime prosecutor, serving in both the Fraud Section and as a Strike Force attorney in the Organized Crime and Racketeering Section of Main Justice in Washington, DC. In these positions, Mr. Serafini represented the U.S. in the largest and most complex cases in federal courts throughout the country. Before joining the DOJ, he served as a supervisor in the New York office of the Securities and Exchange Commission where he supervised attorneys assigned to two branches of enforcement.
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