Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers has once again been recognized by US News as qualifying for inclusion in the 2019 Best Lawyers® in America list.
In Fox News coverage of the one-year anniversary of Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, In Kaitlyn Schallhorn's May 17, 2018 coverage of Michael Flynn's legal options, Ms.Schallhorn quotes Mr. Stahl:
Robert Stahl, a white-collar criminal defense attorney in New York and New Jersey, told Fox News withdrawing a guilty plea “is extremely rare and very difficult.”
Michael Flynn's legal fees continue to grow with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation and Flynn's guilty plea to "willfully and knowingly" making "false, fictitious and fraudulent statements" to the FBI regarding conversations with Russia's ambassador.
In his coverage of the legal fees of Michael Flynn and Andrew McCabe for Fox News, Alex Pappas sought out Criminal Defense Attorney Robert Stahl for background on the costs of criminal defense cases. In his March 30, 2018 coverage comparing the legal costs and funding of Michael Flynn's legal expenses to that of Andrew McCabe, Mr. Pappas quotes Mr. Stahl:
“Most people have no idea how expensive top flight representation costs in white-collar cases,” Robert Stahl, a criminal defense attorney and a former assistant U.S. Attorney, told Fox News.
Eastern District federal prosecutors are aggressively pursuing corruption on Long Island, as evidenced in the Manganos-Venditto political corruption trial. The trial is anticipated to last two months at the federal courthouse in Central Islip, New York. Among the 100 potential witnesses, the government's lead witness is Harendra Singh.
In coverage on Gen. Michael Flynn options for withdrawing a guilty plea in the Robert Mueller investigation, Fox News reached out to Attorney Robert Stahl for insights on plea reversals. In Alex Pappas' Feb. 20, 2018 article, "Flynn urged by supporters to withdraw guilty plea as judge's actions raise eyebrows,", Robert Stahl was quoted as saying:
"Withdrawing a federal plea is extremely rare and very difficult."
"There are lots of factors that go into a decision to plead guilty … In Flynn's case, there are also the factors of other potential charges that were not pursued by the government in exchange for his plea entered."
Anxious clients flood immigration lawyers with concerns and questions, particularly in this new era of enforcement. Non-citizens facing criminal charges must be advised on possible immigration consequences of a conviction by their criminal attorneys. To prepare for these clients, New Jersey lawyers can attend the "Immigration Law and Criminal Acts: Insights" a NJICLE seminar moderated by Immigration attorney Harlan York, November 28, 2017 in Fairfield, New Jersey. Laura K. Gasiorowski, of counsel at Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers, will be once again participating in this all day presentation, both as a speaker and panelist. Ms. Gasiorowski will be joined by other top immigration and criminal law attorneys, to address the complex and varied issues raised in the representation of non-citizens in immigration and criminal courts.
NEW ORLEANS -- Laura K. Gasiorowski of Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers is once again teaching the Pre-Trial Motion Litigation Intersession Bootcamp at Tulane University’s School of LawJanuary 8-13, 2018. The program provides second and third year law students at Tulane Law School with practical pre-trial motion litigation experience.
Interest in the jury deliberations in the corruption trial of U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, D-New Jersey intensified after the first three days of deliberation, and one jurist was replaced with an alternate juror. In covering the Menendez jury deliberations, New Jersey State's leading law journal, The New Jersey Law Journal, interviewed and reported on Robert G. Stahl's assessment of the state of the jury, in their article: "Trial Watchers Expect Just a Few More Days of Deliberations for Menendez Jury."
On Wednesday, May 10th, 2017, The Bar Foundation of Union County will be hosting a continuing legal education course entitled “Domestic Violence: Statute and Case Law Update.” Andrew Olesnycky will be speaking during this CLE with active sitting judges in Union County, as well as other professionals. The event will be held at the Garlic Rose Bistro at 28 North Ave. West in Cranford, New Jersey, with the seminar and appetizers happening from 4:45 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. and dinner being served at 6:45 p.m.Reservations may be made by contacting the Bar Foundation of Union County at (908) 354-5984. The cost to attend is $55.00 for law clerks, $75.00 for members, and $95.00 for non-members. Reservations must be received by Tuesday, May 9