Long Fought Battle Results in Not Guilty Verdict

“I am proud to have worked with great lawyers from Ropes and Gray in Boston, in achieving this extremely just but hard earned result. Four week alleged organized crime trial involving FBI Title III intercepts, cooperating witnesses, recorded prison calls, financial analyses, etc.” – Attorney Todd Foster “Not Guilty Verdict In Wynn Casino Land Trial […]

Tampa attorney Todd Foster discusses the NFL’s Ray Rice investigation

Join us as we review an interview during which former FBI Special Agent and current Tampa Bay attorney Todd Foster discusses the NFL’s Ray Rice investigation with Jack, Tedd and Corey on 970 WGLA’s AM Tampa Bay. During the interview, Mr. Foster explained that no immediate change would be noticeable in the NFL former FBI […]

New Guidelines for Prosecution of White-Collar Criminals

A new strategy for prosecuting white-collar crimes was unveiled by the US DOJ on Wednesday.  The DOJ had previously made it their priority to target corporations in order to generate greater financial recoveries.  The new policy directs that individuals, rather than their corporate employers, be charged. Further, to avoid or mitigate its own liability, any […]

Todd Foster on WFLA 970 AM with Jack, Tedd, and Corey

Tampa attorney Todd Foster on the NFL’s Ray Rice investigation with Jack, Tedd and Corey on 970 WGLA’s AM Tampa Bay.

Todd Foster appears on AM Tampa Bay

Recently on AM Tampa Bay, former special FBI Agent Todd Foster shared his thoughts on the Hillary Clinton email scandal, and the possibility that it could land her in jail.    

Mistrial and acquittal in $300M vacation rental fraud case

MIAMI (AP) – A judge declared a mistrial Friday in the case of a businessman charged with operating a $300 million vacation rental fraud scheme. U.S. District Judge Jose E. Martinez made the ruling after jurors deadlocked on their fourth day of deliberations in the case of Fred Davis “Dave” Clark Jr., the former president […]

Dunedin attorney won’t face trial

  A Dunedin attorney charged with lewd and lascivious molestation won’t be going to trial as prosecutors have opted not to pursue the case. Robert Tankel, 57, was accused last year of inappropriately touching the child on two separate outings to baseball games with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.  Tankel’s lawyer called the charges […]

Do I need to worry about smartphone security?

Apple has mentioned numerous times in the past several weeks its  promise to offer iOS 8 device users, including buyers of the new iPhone 6, both improved security and privacy. In the process, the company has clarified that it does not possess the keys to iOS 8 data encryption. Data is protected by a unique […]

Making the Case for Going to Trial

The Department of Justice reports that in 2011 over 97% of defendants in federal criminal cases pleaded guilty rather than face a jury. There are many reasons for this, primarily the legitimate fear that going to trial and losing in the age of the federal sentencing guidelines can, and frequently does, result in unreasonably high […]

Calling Fouls As We See Them

Imagine a demonstrative map of the state of California with “San Francisco” appearing at the bottom, “Los Angeles” appearing somewhere in the middle, and an outline of the state of Nevada with a dollar sign where Las Vegas is located to the east. Next, picture a prosecutor arguing, “if you can figure out this is […]