Atlanta Kickback Fraud Lawyers
Accused of Offering or Receiving Kickbacks?
Kickbacks are usually behind-the-scenes, under-the-table bribes in which business or government officials accept something of value for steering a potentially profitable project to another party. Initiating or accepting a kickback is a crime. A kickback could be in multiple forms, including:
- Public Corruption Connected to a Public Works Project
- Construction or Government Contract
- Unearned Fees Related to a Mortgage Loan
- Illegal Payments to a Contractor or Subcontractor
- Payments from a Customer to an Employee of the Seller
A conviction for public corruption, or offering / receiving kickbacks, carries severe penalties, such as:
- Jail or Prison
- Substantial Fines
- Criminal Record
- Long-Term Separation Loved Ones
- Strict Conditions of Parole or Supervision Upon Release
Don't risk your freedom and future by selecting just any criminal defense attorney. Act now to protect your rights—the right way. Speak to experienced Atlanta kickback defense lawyers Nick Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum at our law firm about effective legal strategies that could put this crisis behind you.
Former Prosecutors with 60+ Years’ Combined Experience
Nick Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum bring more than 60 years of combined trial experience and a recognized record for results to the job of protecting your rights. We use every weapon in our arsenal—expert investigative resources, stellar negotiating skills, and aggressive litigation tactics—to safeguard your interests from arraignment to outcome. As former federal prosecutors, we live inside the heads of those who would find you guilty and punish you at the state or federal level. We insist on offering maximum availability, so any questions or concerns that you or your family have can be addressed.
Strong, Effective Defense in State & Federal Courts
Regardless of the severity of the allegation against you, you can trust our experienced attorneys to put you in the best possible legal position. Using strong, effective defense to create solutions for people in trouble—it's what we do, every day, at the law offices of Nick Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum.
This first meeting could be conducted at a jail or police station, if necessary, after an arrest, but we hope you call us so that will not be necessary. Call (404) 471-3177, or you can e-mail or fax us.