The Law Office of Anne F. Borghetti, State and Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer

  Federal Criminal Lawyer Anne F. Borghetti  

Tampa St Petersburg Cases Recently Defended by Anne Borghetti

Successful Federal Rule 35 Reduction

Middle District of Florida Federal Court. Oxycodone and Medicare Fraud case. March 2013.

Not Guilty Narcotics

Tampa Jury finds man not guilty on conspiracy to distribute narcotics All three counts

Grow House Aquittal

Judge dismisses charges after prosecution rests on ms borghetti's rule 29 motion in marijuana grow house case

Not guilty all counts

Tampa jury finds woman not guilty of conspiracy to defraud the united states; theft or receipt of stolen mail

Successful departure

Business man avoids prison in Jacksonville, Client Federally Indicted on Conspiracy to Possess w/Intent to Distribute Cocaine In accordance with 21 U.S.C. § 846
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St Petersburg Clearwater Criminal Defense Lawyer Anne Borghetti

Phone: 727.502.0300

12211 49th St N, Suite 1
Clearwater, FL 33762

13055 W Linebaugh Ave
Tampa, FL 33626
(By Appointment Only)

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Latest Blog Entries

Feds Pursuing Greatest Penalties, Including Capital, for Drug Cases (2018-03-23)

A 2018 guidance memo regarding drug cases states that “federal prosecutors must consider every lawful tool at their disposal.” 

Tell ICE Agents to Stop Making Arrests at Courthouses (2018-03-01)

New legislation has been introduced - the Protecting Sensitive Locations Act (H.R. 1815 and S. 845) – to limit ICE from making arrests at or near many sensitive locations. 

Home Invasion Call Results in Drug Charges (2013-08-07)

A call regarding a home invasion in the Hill ‘n Dale subdivision of Brooksville resulted in drug charges against three.

Supreme Court Rules Against Florida Environmental Officials (2013-08-06)

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled governments must show how money or easements for land development permits are related to the damages that they might cause.

Five Arrested in Florida Workers’ Comp Fraud (2013-08-05)

The Department of Financial Services Division of Insurance Fraud alleges the owner of a staffing agency misled consumers into believing that his company was licensed and could perform workers’ comp services for client companies.

Knowing your rights at a DUI checkpoint (2013-07-15)

A 21-year-old Tennessee man released a video on YouTube that has gone viral (and has since been made private) showing him trying to navigate a DUI checkpoint.