Have You Been Charged With a Commodities Trading Offense?
Contact us. We can help.
Prosecutors are bringing charges against businesses and business people with greater frequency. The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is working closely with federal prosecutors to coordinate prosecuting people involved in commodities trading when the government thinks the traders have crossed the line.
If you have received a request for information from the CFTC, you need an attorney working on your case with an eye toward what a United States Attorney’s Office will do. You need an experienced criminal defense attorney protecting your freedom.
Matt Kaiser has represented people charged with commodities crimes in federal court. He has argued a challenge to the reach of the Commodity Exchange Act in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. He has the experience and determination necessary to make sure your rights and freedom are protected.
If you are under investigation for a commodities crime call us for a no obligation consultation. We want to hear from you.