Philadelphia Trial Attorney for Embezzlement, Fraud Charges | Ann C. Flannery
Ann C. Flannery’s clients have faced federal investigations and federal indictments. An experienced trial lawyer in Pennsylvania, she represents high-profile clients with discretion.
Ann C. Flannery presenting closing argument in United States v. Chaka Fattah Sr., et al., 15-cr-346 (EDPA)
A wide array of clients have entrusted Ann with their representation when facing grand jury investigation or federal indictment. Recent clients who have faced federal investigations or federal indictments include:
Senior Department of Justice employee targeted in investigation by DOJ Office of Inspector General. A confidential settlement resolved matter without criminal charges.
Attorney targeted in TARP and securities fraud investigation. Client was not charged.
Executive vice-president of pharmaceutical manufacturer targeted in investigation of potential Food & Drug Act violations. Client was not charged.
Targeted individuals in two antitrust bid-rigging investigations. Clients were not charged.
Physician targeted in investigation of illegal distribution of prescription drugs. Client was not charged.
Certified Public Accountant targeted in bank and tax fraud investigation. Plea agreement negotiated, resulting in below-guidelines sentence.
Health care professional targeted in multi-million dollar Medicare fraud investigation. Plea agreement negotiated, resulting in probation and retention of professional licenses.
Pharmaceutical research company and psychiatric medical clinic, each responding to subpoenas in grand jury investigations. Ann conducted internal investigations to ensure no corporate wrongdoing.
Head of Operations of structured trade finance company charged with bank fraud, wire fraud and money laundering in alleged $20 million fraud. Client acquitted of all charges after five-week jury trial.
CEO of non-profit charged in federal racketeering prosecution along with a United States Congressman. Currently on multi-faceted appeal after four-week jury trial, with National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) filing as amicus in support of Ann’s client.
Defendant acquitted after two-week federal jury trial on multiple armed bank robbery charges, thereby avoiding a 32-year mandatory minimum prison sentence
Former public official in tax and bank fraud prosecution. Plea agreement negotiated, resulting in dismissal of all bank fraud and conspiracy charges and abandonment by government of public corruption allegations.
Defendant in tax and securities class action fraud prosecution. Plea agreement negotiated, leading to partial dismissal of charges and significantly below-guidelines sentence.
Defendant in tax fraud case. Partial acquittal after two-week jury trial led to sentence significantly below sentencing range proposed by government in pre-trial plea offer.
Defendant acquitted after federal jury trial of all charges arising from a Drug Enforcement Administration undercover investigation.