Scottsdale, AZ. April 21, 2010 – Arizona Fraud Attorneys at David Michael Cantor’s Office was able to get 103 Felony counts, ranging from sale of unlicensed securities to fraud schemes and theft, reduced to 4 outright misdemeanors and earn their client unsupervised probation with a low level of restitution as opposed to jail time.
The legal team at DM Cantor were brought on torepresent Mr. R, a prominent estate planning attorney in Scottsdale, AZ, in the case of the State of Arizona v. Mr. R. Mr. R was an unwitting partner to a concert promoter who was selling investment contracts with a high rate of return. Rosepink invested his own money, his family’s money and assisted in many of his clients investing their money with the promoter. The promoter eventually stole $25,000,000 and absconded.
Fraud attorneys at DM Cantor were able to provide evidence that Mr. R was a victim and should not be treated as a co-conspirator due to the fact that he also lost a large sum of money.
“Mr. R was clearly the victim of this crime as opposed to a perpetrator,” said Fraud attorney David Michael Cantor. “Our firm was able to provide evidence that proved this to the judge and as a result we were able to get 103 felony charges reduced to four misdemeanors.”
Ultimately, Mr. R’s case was resolved with four counts of a Class 6 Open Felony for Solicitation of Sale of Unregistered Securities. On the day of sentencing the judge designated all four felony counts as outright misdemeanors. Mr. R was placed on unsupervised probation with a low level of restitution and was able to avoid serving any jail time.
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