Atlanta Fraud Defense Attorneys

Experienced in State and Federal Trials

Garland, Samuel & Loeb has an unparalleled reputation in defending people throughout the Southeastern United States in fraud cases. In both highly-publicized and less-publicized trials, our lawyers have developed a sterling reputation for positive results, ethical representation and client-centered service. Our criminal defense attorneys regularly work in large-scale litigation, including such crimes as:

Many of the firm's successes have had historic importance. In 1972, Edward T.M. Garland was hired by Glen Turner, whose "Dare to Be Great" pyramid scheme had earned him millions and attracted the attention of federal prosecutors. He was the defendant in a massive fraud trial in Jacksonville, Florida. After a nine month trial, the jury was unable to reach a verdict. The defendants were allowed to plead guilty to one misdemeanor charge and walk out of the courtroom.

In another case, the lawyers of Garland, Samuel & Loeb defended Larry Gleit, the chief financial officer for The Gold Club in a federal racketeering trial. Sixteen weeks into the trial, Mr. Gleit was permitted to enter a guilty plea to misdemeanor probation. (Read about other successes in the firm's Cases and Garland, Samuel Loeb In the News pages.)

Having successfully handled many federal crimes, our trial lawyers have the experience and knowledge to handle challenging fraud cases throughout the United States. Our firm has tremendous skill in negotiations on behalf of clients, and our reputation for ethical representation often carries great weight with state and federal authorities. Contact our office today at 404-975-0459 or complete our online contact form.