Too often, individuals and corporations destroy evidence when they learn of an investigation or after they get a grand jury subpoena. Typically, correspondence, emails, texts (SMS), memos, documents, phone records, photographs, and travel records are destroyed and when prosecutors learn of destruction, charges of Obstruction of Justice follows.
Our advice to you: DO NOT DESTROY EVIDENCE, and call us immediately if you receive a subpoena for documents, etc.
Subpoenas can be challenged. Cooperation with the government is an option.
In many cases, we are able to get “non-prosecution” or “deferred prosecution” agreements.
Subpoenas are almost always issued early-on. So, there is plenty of opportunities to favorably resolve your case before it becomes a nightmare.
Call us—we are ready to help you.