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Robert G. Stahl, Esq.

About Robert G. Stahl, Esq.

Robert Stahl Esq. is the managing Partner at Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is Certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Criminal Trial Attorney, and has been recognized as a Super Lawyer for White Collar Criminal Defense every year since 2006; The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers for Criminal Defense; AV Rating Martindale-Hubbell. Mr. Stahl represents individuals and corporations in federal and state criminal matters, with a focus on white collar crime and serious federal and state charges. I personally handle all major cases in court and in meetings with agents and prosecutors. In addition to taking cases at the investigative or trial stage, he represents individuals in their post-convictions motions and criminal appeals. He also handles corporate internal investigations.

Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers’ Andrew Olesnycky Earns Best Lawyers® Listing for Criminal Defense: General Practice

Andrew Olesnycky, a certified criminal defense attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey, has been included in the 2023 edition of U.S. News and World Report and Best Lawyers award for The Best Lawyers in America® for Criminal Defense: General Practice. Only the top 5.3% of elite lawyers in the nation have qualified [...]

By |2022-10-03T22:23:54-04:00September 30th, 2022|Criminal Defense Law Firm News, White Collar Criminal Defense|Comments Off on Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers’ Andrew Olesnycky Earns Best Lawyers® Listing for Criminal Defense: General Practice

New Jersey’s Firearms Laws Continue to Change

On June 23, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States issued a decision that dramatically altered a citizen’s ability to carry a firearm outside one’s home.  New York State Rifle & Pistol Assoc. v. Bruen, No. 20-843, was a challenge to New York State’s Law requiring justifiable need and good cause for an [...]

By |2022-09-27T11:27:33-04:00September 27th, 2022|Arrest Warrant, Criminal Charges, Criminal Investigation, Federal Courts, Felony, Gun Laws, NJ Superior Courts, Police, Second Amendment|Comments Off on New Jersey’s Firearms Laws Continue to Change

DOJ Reaffirms Aggressive Prosecution of Corporate Crime

Last fall Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco announced the Department of Justice’s more aggressive approach to corporate compliance. In her policy speech this week, she highlighted a series of new policies and warned cooperating companies not to slow walk their disclosures, told prosecutors to speed up their investigations and expanded self-reporting programs throughout the [...]

By |2022-09-21T09:52:36-04:00September 16th, 2022|Asset Forfeiture, Business Fraud, Criminal Appeals, Criminal Charges, Criminal Investigation, Criminal Trial, Search and Seizure, White Collar Criminal Defense, White-Collar Crime Penalties|Comments Off on DOJ Reaffirms Aggressive Prosecution of Corporate Crime

A Federal Restitution Order Leads to Garnishment of the Defendant’s Bank, Retirement and Stock Accounts

Courts uphold federal government’s ability to seize a convicted defendant’s 401(k) accounts to satisfy an Order of Restitution after a conviction at trial or a guilty plea.

Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers Earn Best Lawyers® in America, and its Founder Robert Stahl has Received the Prestigious “Lawyer of the Year” Designation

Given his extensive experience in representing high profile clients who face severe charges, Robert G. Stahl has earned the respect and confidence of both his clients and fellow lawyers. These lawyers provided the highest peer feedback earning Mr. Stahl Best Lawyers’ “Criminal Defense: White-Collar Lawyer of the Year Award” in Newark, NJ. Every year, [...]

By |2022-08-16T18:25:42-04:00August 16th, 2022|Criminal Defense Law Firm News, White Collar Criminal Defense|Comments Off on Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers Earn Best Lawyers® in America, and its Founder Robert Stahl has Received the Prestigious “Lawyer of the Year” Designation

Special Fraud Alert – Telemedicine

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General (HHS, OIG) issued a special fraud alert advising healthcare providers to exercise caution when contracting with telemedicine companies. Such alerts are significant as they put providers on notice that OIG intends to investigate and prosecute potential fraud regarding telemedicine. [...]

Drowning in Seized Electronic Data DOJ Says – Seize Less

In the past, federal agents and prosecutors have sought subpoenas and search warrants that authorize the seizure of every electronic device at the location to be searched – computers, servers, external hard drives and cell phones. This policy has resulted in an exponential growth in seized data.

By |2022-06-21T17:33:53-04:00June 21st, 2022|Criminal Discovery, Criminal Investigation, Discovery, Search and Seizure|Comments Off on Drowning in Seized Electronic Data DOJ Says – Seize Less

The Importance of Experts in Criminal Cases

The proper expert retained early in the investigation can assist the client’s criminal defense attorney in their efforts to prevent the charges from being filed, or to assist in developing a defense to aid in plea negotiations or to prevail at trial.

By |2022-09-21T09:54:59-04:00June 15th, 2022|Business Fraud, Criminal Investigation, Discovery, Felony, Fraud Charges, Healthcare Fraud, Internet Crimes, White Collar Criminal Defense|Comments Off on The Importance of Experts in Criminal Cases

Cyber Fraud – Romance Scams on the Rise

Cybercrimes – hacking, phishing, ransomware and the like - are well-known to every user of the internet. We are bombarded weekly with emails and texts claiming that we need to update our passwords, personal profile, and the like. Now comes the rise of what has been called “romance scams”. The typical scheme starts with [...]

In a Major Reversal, N.J. Attorney General Once Again Allows Police to Pursue Stolen Cars

In response to a dramatic surge in car thefts across New Jersey, State Attorney General Matt Platkin announced today that he is reversing a policy that prevented police officers from pursuing stolen cars. In late 2021, Platkin effected a statewide policy that prohibited police from chasing a stolen car unless they suspected it had been used [...]

By |2022-06-08T21:22:00-04:00May 2nd, 2022|Arrest Warrant, Convictions, Criminal Charges, Criminal Investigation, Due Process, NJ Superior Courts, Plea Bargaining, Police, Prison|Comments Off on In a Major Reversal, N.J. Attorney General Once Again Allows Police to Pursue Stolen Cars
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