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Government Investigations & Enforcement

We represent individuals and companies in all stages of regulatory, civil, and criminal investigations.  Clients include witnesses, targets, and victims in government investigations ranging from bank, mortgage, tax, and financial services violations, to government contract fraud, to maritime and environmental offenses.  We have experience with almost every federal and Virginia state law enforcement agency and routinely work with clients facing grand jury investigations.  We have represented many clients in federal criminal jury trials.

We also conduct internal investigations and provide assistance to clients who may be victims of crime or face government requirements for internal audits and controls.  We help companies understand their rights and obligations during a government investigation and can guide them to understand the amount of access they must provide to investigators.

Our team includes former prosecutors and government agency attorneys.  Working with our practice-specific attorneys, we provide a comprehensive defense to the full range of enforcement actions and criminal prosecutions.  For more information, please call Co-Chair Trey Kelleter at 757.446.8697 or Co-Chair William Dozier at 757.446.8686.

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