Attorney Robert G. Stahl, who represents Dias Kadyrabyev; the attorney for Azmat Tazhayakov, the second college student from Kazakhstan charged with obstruction of justice; and the attorney for the third Boston aftermath defendant, a U.S. citizen charged with lying to authorities, asked U.S. District Judge Douglas Woodlock to order the government to turn over to the defense additional documents and records in preparation for the June 23, 2014 trial.
Boston Marathon Aftermath Case: Dias Kadyrbayev Pre-Trial Hearings
May 14-15, 2014 in Boston Federal Court
Defense Attorney Robert G. Stahl
Robert Stahl, whose criminal defense practice includes representing medical, dental and other professionals accused of wrongdoing, represented a New Jersey physician who passed away before the charges could be tried in West Virginia Federal Court.
The spiritual leader of Syrian Jews in the United States, Brooklyn, New York was sentenced to two years' house arrest in June 2011. They were one of 46 defendants, including three rabbis, charged as a result of a federal sting in New Jersey's biggest corruption case. Originally charged with money laundering, the defendant pled guilty to a reduced charge of operating an unlicensed money transmitting business.
Dias Kadyrbayev from Kazakhstan Charged With Obstruction in the Boston Marathon Bombing Aftermath.
10 Years Instead of Life: Orthodox Rabbi, Who Faced Max Life in Prison, Gets 10 Years After an Impassioned Sentencing Argument by Criminal Defense Attorney Robert G. Stahl
Criminal Defense Attorney Robert G. Stahl Represents Young Man Convicted Under Federal "Animal Enterprise Protection Act;" Argues Before Third Circuit Court of Appeals
Successful New Jersey Dentist Charged with Healthcare Fraud Wins a Rare Complete Dismissal of All Charges After Criminal Defense Attorney Robert G. Stahl Launches Aggressive Defense Including Commissioning Complex Independent Investigation
"This is a huge tragedy for everyone," criminal defense attorney Robert G. Stahl told the court at the January 2016 sentencing for a former Marine and Hasbrouck Heights police officer
A Warren Township, New Jersey resident and pharmacist was represented by New Jersey / New York Criminal Defense Attorney Robert G. Stahl, who secured a two-year probation sentence after the defendant was charged federally with nine others in connection with a multimillion-dollar online prescription drugs fraud scheme.