Boston Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer
Defending Individuals Facing Federal Charges
One misstep in your defense could land you in federal prison for a very long time, ruin you financially, result in loss of property, and destroy your hard-earned reputation. Living in fear will not help your situation. With your freedom, reputation, and welfare on the line, you need a Boston federal criminal defense lawyer with years of experience and the compassion to steer you through this challenging time in your life. At Brad Bailey Law, we have 35+ years of experience in state and federal courts.
For representation in federal court, Brad Bailey’s experience is unparalleled, and his results are second to none. He has significant experience handling high stakes and high-profile cases, even proving his ability to defend clients in the national spotlight. He knows how to advocate for clients before a jury and before the media. Discover how our Boston federal defense attorney can help you protect your liberty and future.
If you are facing charges at the federal level, discuss the details in a FREE consultation today!
Federal Criminal Defense from a Former Prosecutor
According to a Forbes article, “of those [federal criminal cases] that go to trial, over 90% result in convictions.” You need the best trial lawyer possible, someone with the know-how, skill, and creativity to craft a compelling defense. Brad Bailey is a seasoned federal trial lawyer with extensive jury trial experience handling virtually every type of criminal charge in federal court, he has conducted 100+ jury trials throughout his more than three decades of unparalleled experience. After graduating from Harvard and UVA School of Law, Brad Bailey eventually became a federal prosecutor—where he never lost a case. With 35+ years’ experience in state and federal court as both a former prosecutor and a longtime federal criminal defense attorney, Brad's record of success and achievement is second to none.
History of Success with Federal Crime Defense
In his thirty-one (31) years of practice before the United States District (Federal) Court, former federal prosecutor Brad Bailey has represented clients in all federal courts in Massachusetts, as well as clients facing federal charges in the District of New Hampshire, the Southern, Eastern and Northern Districts of New York; also in federal court in Arkansas, Indiana, Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey, and California. As such, he has defended many dozens of individual cases alleging Mail and Wire fraud, and has also represented persons accused of, inter alia, Mortgage and Bank fraud, Healthcare and Passport Fraud, Tax Fraud and Income Tax evasion, Securities Fraud (“Insider Trading”), Fraud involving email account “Spoofing”, Computer Hacking, Money Laundering, Conspiracy and Conspiring against the United States, Obstructing Justice, Perjury, Making False Statements, Aggravated Identity Theft, 2d/Subsequent Offense Child Pornography, Civil Rights Violations, firearms offenses including illegal sale/transfer, Felon in Possession and Armed Career Criminal, Schedule I and II Controlled Substance Offenses in virtually all categories, illegal Steroid Distribution and Drug Diversion, and Marijuana Smuggling.
- Mortgage and bank fraud
- Healthcare and passport fraud
- Tax fraud
- Income tax evasion
- Securities fraud
- Computer hacking / Email Spoofing
- Money laundering
- Aggravated Identity Theft
- Conspiring against the United States
- Possession / Distribution of Controlled Substance
- Receiving / Possessing Child Pornography
- Obstructing justice
- Making false statements / Perjury
- Firearms Offenses
Amongst the more than 350+ separate federal criminal matters he has handled are the following 35 of his more recent noteworthy cases in which he represented:
- A Massachusetts Department of Probation First Deputy Commissioner accused of racketeering (RICO), and racketeering conspiracy, in a case alleging mail fraud and bribery in connection with suspected false hiring practices
- A former Massachusetts State Trooper accused of embezzlement in connection with an alleged scheme to submit fraudulent traffic tickets in order to accrue unearned and unauthorized overtime pay
- An aggrieved Canadian businessman in an alleged international kidnapping and murder-for-hire plot targeting a Canadian attorney/fund manager suspected of embezzling personal investments
- An ex-Boston Police Officer accused of agreeing, in a reverse FBI sting, to provide police protection for a 500-kilogram cocaine shipment, as well as future heroin shipment(s), purportedly scheduled for delivery in the City of Boston
- A RI native and construction company bookkeeper accused of theft in an alleged $6.9M private embezzlement case; the largest private embezzlement prosecuted in USDC Massachusetts
- An FL banker/insurance executive accused of wire fraud, money-laundering, and aggravated identity theft in an alleged $15M alleged Ponzi scheme involving investments in NFL, NBA, and MLB player bridge-loans;
- A Fortune 500 VP charged with wire fraud, mail fraud, and money laundering in connection with an alleged embezzlement scheme using false invoices and fraudulent vouchers to fund personal travel/entertainment for an exotic dancer(s)
- A Pittsburgh woman charged with wire fraud and identity theft for allegedly defrauding advertisers and exhibitors out of thousands of dollars paid in advance of a non-existent (fake) bridal show (in a case colloquially referred to as Bride-scam”)
- An alleged Sinaloa (Mexico) drug cartel member charged in the District of New Hampshire in connection with a 350-kilogram cocaine seizure in Madrid, Spain and alleged re-distribution plan in NH and elsewhere in the U.S
- A Massachusetts-based electronics component exporter accused of violating U.S. Export Laws, Conspiracy to defraud the United States and to Obstruct Justice, and Smuggling in connection with an alleged scheme to export toggle switches, without an export license, to a prohibited person/entity in Syria
- A former MA RMV clerk charged in connection with wire fraud in an alleged scheme to create and issue false driver’s licenses and identification documents to undocumented, non-resident persons;
- A Police Officer accused of lying under oath and receiving payments in exchange for allegedly tipping-off members of a Southeastern MA criminal organization about police raids, search warrants, and on-going police investigations;
- A Cape Cod man charged with receiving/possessing more than 1M images of alleged child pornography;
- An employee at a Taiwanese Semi-conductor Company accused of providing material non-public information about silicon wafer sales to technology stocks hedge-fund;
- A Westford, MA real estate developer charged with arson and possession/use of the incendiary device (bomb) in connection with an alleged attempt to burn an occupied dwelling;
- A Saudi Arabian Princess accused in an alleged slavery/peonage scheme to employ/detain housekeeper against her will;
- An alleged MS-13 Gang Member facing racketeering (RICO) charges;
- A Chelmsford, MA man charged with extortion in alleged “eco-terrorism” plot for allegedly demanding thousands of dollars to stop cutting Comcast and Verizon communications cables in Marlboro, MA;
- A Maryland-based Tech Company Shareholder and Consultant accused of wire and mail fraud in connection with an FBI reverse sting involving alleged kickbacks to a “sham” consulting company investing in low-performing Microcap (“penny stock”) companies;
- A Texas man accused of fraud and false statements for allegedly inventing a false personal narrative/history to obtain several hundred thousand dollars in federal educational student loans to fund Tufts Dental School tuition;
- A former Navy Corpsman charged with healthcare fraud and aggravated identity theft in connection with an alleged scheme to defraud Medicare by submitting $1.4M in false insurance billing claims for durable medical devices that were not needed, not delivered, and/or fraudulently prescribed;
- A Dorchester, MA man accused of operating the Northeast’s largest oxycodone distribution network under the Drug Kingpin (Continuing Criminal Enterprise) Statute;
- A Chelmsford software engineer accused in trade secrets and false statements case involving alleged theft of microchip manufacture and design plan(s) valued at $400M from a former employer, Intel Corp;
- An alleged 18th Street Gang Associate accused of illegal firearms sales;
- A cable sports channel web designer charged with an enticing minor child to engage in sexual activity;
- A Colombian accountant accused in multinational drug distribution and money laundering conspiracy;
- An owner of offshore foreign exchange currency trading company accused of wire and mail fraud in an alleged $3.1M fraudulent investments scheme;
- A New Jersey firefighter accused of conspiracy to distribute, and distribution of, heroin;
- A former investment company bookkeeper charged with conspiracy to distribute and distribution of liquid methamphetamine;
- A real estate developer accused of $2.3 billing/requisition fraud, and making false claims, in connection with the low-income housing projects.
- A woman accused of running a $14M online marijuana delivery service
- A Bureau of Prisons Superior Officer accused of Obstructing an Official Proceeding and Falsifying Records.
- A DOD/Army Contractor Accused of Stealing Government Funds.
- A doctor accused of International Money Laundering and Illegal Importation of Controlled Substances.
- A Boston-man accused of Possessing Stolen Firearms in Furtherance of Drug Trafficking.
Begin Building a Strong Defense
You should not face federal charges on your own. As a high-profile lawyer, Brad Bailey has the reputation, skill, and resources to handle federal cases. His experience handling more than 300 separate cases in federal court makes him the ideal federal defense attorney.
Call (617) 500-0252 or email us now to learn how our powerhouse advocate can defend you.