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Bose Law Firm, PLLC - Former Cops
Sudeep Bose

6354 Rolling Mill Place, Suite 102
Springfield VA 22152
(703) 926-3900

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Bose Law Firm, PLLC - Former Cops


Virginia and Washington, DC trial attorneys representing Executives
  • Asset Protection Planning
  • DUI DWI | Boating UI (BUI)| Flying UI (Airline)
  • Military Law: Court Martials CONUS and OCONUS
  • Military Disabilty Issues
  • Business Tort Litigation
  • Criminal Defense: Financial Crimes and Sensitive Crimes Units
  • Security Clearance Law 

Experienced team of trial lawyers consisting of Former Police Officers, Prosecutors, and Investigators. 

National reputation.

Please Call: 703-926-3900

A Virginia law firm composed of the collective experience of former police, private investigator, prosecutor, and current legal lecturers and professors. Bose Law Firm attorneys teach other attorneys and law enforcement personnel advanced skills in local universities, police academies, and at the famed FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia.

Principal: Sudeep Bose

The attorneys of Bose Law Firm® endeavor to form long-term relationships with clients and cater to executives involved in complex legal matters requiring acute legal fortitude and aggressive litigation skills.  The reputation of the Bose Law Firm® is known throughout the United States.  Bose Law Firm attorneys are interviewed by popular television and media outlets for their in-depth knowledge of their respective practice areas and experiences.

In the past decade, Bose Law Firm® attorneys consulted some of the most prominent names in business in diverse issues including Colgate-Palmolive, Sportbet, a host of IT consulting companies including angel investor startups and multi-million dollar construction companies.

Please Call: 703-926-3900

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A Virginia law firm composed of the collective experience of former police, private investigator, prosecutor, and current legal lecturers and professors. Bose Law Firm attorneys teach other attorneys and law enforcement personnel advanced skills in local universities, police academies, and at the famed FBI Academy, Quantico, Virginia.

Principal: Sudeep Bose

The attorneys of Bose Law Firm® endeavor to form long-term relationships with clients and cater to executives involved in complex legal matters requiring acute legal fortitude and aggressive litigation skills.  The reputation of the Bose Law Firm® is known throughout the United States.  Bose Law Firm attorneys are interviewed by popular television and media outlets for their in-depth knowledge of their respective practice areas and experiences.

In the past decade, Bose Law Firm® attorneys consulted some of the most prominent names in business in diverse issues including Colgate-Palmolive, Sportbet, a host of IT consulting companies including angel investor startups and multi-million dollar construction companies.

The Criminal and DUI Practice revolves around an aggressive mission statement at both the trial and appellate levels.  Bose Law Firm is engaged for DC, Virginia, and Federal cases by professionals including other attorneys and both civil and criminal executives.   Attorneys of the firm have diverse backgrounds and experience in law enforcement, criminal prosecution and investigations. Bose Law Firm attorneys teach other lawyers in Continuing Legal Education seminars throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia and teach federal agents at the acclaimed FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Only a handful of attorneys are chosen to teach U.S. federal agents criminal procedure and trial skills.

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The attorneys of the Bose Law Firm Criminal Law Practice teach advanced criminal procedure, criminal law, DUI law, and other technical areas of criminal practice and procedure.

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Former and current clients of the Firm include top level executives in Fortune 1000 companies located in Northern Virginia and high ranking members of government.

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The Firm's counsel in the Estate Planning and Asset Protection Practice is sought by businesspersons seeking sophisticated estate planning techniques for wealth preservation and succession planning. The Firm is well positioned to structure comprehensive, tax advantaged plans and to vigorously defend matters in all courts of Virginia and in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.

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The Firm is prepared to handle complex commercial and business litigation matters in all federal courts. Bose Law Firm attorneys in the Commercial Litigation Team have experience in all aspects of commercial litigation and the Firm's commercial litigation practice encompasses all aspects of commercial relationships, including disputes involving the Uniform Commercial Code, contracts, business dissolutions, leveraged buyouts and other financial arrangements.

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When the Firm represents a client, whether it involves a simple demand letter or a complex trial, the attorneys associated with the Bose Law Firm® recognize the importance of doing it right the first time. Providing clients with the highest level of performance is critical to achieving measurable results and maintaining the Firm's reputation.

Criminal Defense

  • Business & Computer Crimes 
  • Drunk Driving Defense
  • Reckless & Driving on Suspended Defense
  • Sex Crimes

The Bose Law Firm offers aggressive, comprehensive representation in the realm of criminal and traffic defense.  The Firm is often retained by attorneys and executives seeking representation on highly sensitive issues requiring utmost discretion and skill.  A majority of Firm clients hold security clearances and trust the expertise of he Firm for career and life changing decisions.

The firm handles complex cases involving computer trespass to white collar schemes involving allegations of theft and fraud.  In cases involving computers, DNA evidence, breath tests, and blood specimens, the Firm's attorneys' education and experience in science, legal procedure, law enforcement protocols, and substantive law are unparalleled.

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The services of attorneys associated with the Bose Law Firm are offerred at fees commensurate with their unique backgrounds, continual education on relevant topics, level of skill, dedication, preparation time, and expertise. 

Members:
 
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • Virginia State Bar
  • Fairfax Bar Association
  • National Motorist Association

The Firm is available to handle a wide array of Federal and Virginia state issues.

Criminal Defense Services
Federal Appeals 
Gun Crimes
Computer Crimes
Rape & Sexual Assault
Burglary and Theft
Shoplifting
Fraud Crimes

Automobile Criminal Case Defense Services
Drunk Driving Cases
Reckless or Aggressive Driving 
Illegal Search Claims
Driving on a Suspended License
Appeals to the Circuit Court from GDC

Financial Crimes

Mortgage loan crimes, insurance fraud, money laundering, and other executive crimes are unique cases involving complex financial and technical evidence.  The Bose Law Firm Financial Crimes Defense Unit handles cases involving a range of activities in the business world. Bose Law Firm attorneys help executives charged with:

  • Mortgage Fraud | Bank Fraud | Loan Fraud
  • Insurance Fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Tax Evasion
  • Internet and Computer Fraud
  • Commercial Bribery
  • Insider Trading
  • Mail Fraud
  • Government Corruption
  • Money Laundering

Law enforcement agencies that investigate the above crimes are typically not local police departments.  One suspected of white-collar crime may face investigators from various County Prosecutors' Offices or the State Attorney General’s Office,and federal agencies such as the FBI, Secret Service, Treasury Department, IRS or SEC.Attorney Bose

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is commonly involved in matters relating to fraud, theft, or embezzlement occurring within or against the national or international financial community. These crimes are characterized by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust, and are not dependent upon the application or threat of physical force or violence.  These crimes are commonly termed white collar crimes and are routinely investigated by the Financial Crimes Section (FCS) of the FBI. The mission of the FCS is to oversee the investigation of financial fraud and to facilitate the forfeiture of assets from those engaging in federal crimes. The FCS is divided into four units: the Economic Crimes Unit, Health Care Fraud Unit, Financial Institution Fraud Unit, and the Asset Forfeiture/Money Laundering Unit.

The Economic Crimes Unit is responsible for significant frauds targeted against individuals, businesses and industries to include: corporate fraud, insurance fraud (non-health care related), securities and commodities fraud, telemarketing fraud, Ponzi schemes, advance fees schemes, and pyramid schemes.

The Health Care Fraud Unit oversees investigations targeting individuals and/or organizations who are defrauding the public and private health care systems. Areas investigated under health care fraud include: billing for services not rendered, billing for a higher reimbursable service than performed (upcoding), performing unnecessary services, kickbacks, unbundling of tests and services to generate higher fees, durable medical equipment fraud, pharmaceutical drug diversion, outpatient surgery fraud, and internet pharmacy sales.

The mission of the Financial Institution Fraud Unit is to identify, target, disrupt, and dismantle criminal organizations and individuals engaged in fraud schemes which target our nation's financial institutions. Areas investigated in the financial institution fraud arena include: financial institution failures, insider fraud, identity theft, check fraud, counterfeit negotiable instruments, check kiting, loan fraud, and mortgage fraud.

The Asset Forfeiture/Money Laundering Unit promotes the strategic use of asset forfeiture and ensures field offices employ the money laundering violation in all investigations, where appropriate, to disrupt and/or dismantle criminal enterprises. The term, "follow the money," leads to the identification of assets which can be forfeited and lead to the effective and efficient disruption and dismantling of illegal money laundering apparatuses.

Recently increased federal sentencing guidelines and penalties for white-collar crime highlight the government’s view that such offenses are to be treated harshly. From fines to imprisonment, white collar crime punishment is often similar to the penalties assigned to violent street criminals or drug distributors.  As such, it is critical to seek competent, experienced counsel from an experienced team from the earliest moment one learns of a criminal investigation.

Computer Crimes

Computer Crimes is a very broad label for crimes involving the internet or crimes allegedly conducted via a computer medium.  Bose Law Firm attorneys defend those facing criminal charges including:

  • Internet fraud and computer fraud, including e-mail campaigns to secure bank information such as Nigeria e-mails, ebay scams, and modeling scams
  • Credit card fraud and identity theft, phishing, pharming, and DNS hijacking
  • Internet gambling
  • Sale of counterfeit goods over the internet, including software piracy, computer game piracy, video game piracy, music piracy
  • Internet pornography, including possession of child pornography, dissemination of child pornography, and violation of local obscenity ordinances
  • Cyber stalking
  • Sexual solicitation, including online child sex solicitation, instant messaging sexually explicit material to children
  • Human trafficking — using the internet for illegal online trafficking in women or children for sex or servitude and child sexual exploitation

A specialized area of cyberlaw involves crimes against computers and the internet, such as:

  • Internet viruses
  • Hacking and computer sabotage
  • Invasion of privacy by planting crimeware and spyware

"The term "protected computer," 18 U.S.C. § 1030(e)(2), is a statutory term of art that has nothing to do with the security of the computer. In a nutshell, "protected computer" covers computers used in interstate or foreign commerce (e.g., the Internet) and computers of the federal government and financial institutions."

"Protected computer" did not appear in the CFAA until 1996, when Congress attempted to correct deficiencies identified in earlier versions of the statute. In 1994, Congress amended the CFAA so that it protected any "computer used in interstate commerce or communication" rather than a "Federal interest computer." This change expanded the scope of the Act to include certain non-government computers that Congress deemed deserving of federal protection. See S. Rep. No. 104-357, at 10 (1996), available at 1996 WL 492169 (discussing 1994 amendment). In doing so, however, Congress "inadvertently eliminated Federal protection for those Government and financial institution computers not used in interstate commerce." United States v. Middleton, 231 F.3d 1207, 1212 n.2 (9th Cir. 2000) (citing S. Rep. No. 104-357).

"Congress corrected this error in the 1996 amendments to the CFAA, which defined "protected computer" as a computer used by the federal government or a financial institution, or one "which is used in interstate or foreign commerce." 18 U.S.C. 1030(e)(2) (1996). The definition did not explicitly address situations where an attacker within the United States attacks a computer system located abroad. In addition, this definition was not readily applicable to situations in which individuals in foreign countries routed communications through the United States as they hacked from one foreign country to another."

"In 2001, the USA PATRIOT Act amended the definition of "protected computer" to make clear that this term includes computers outside of the United States so long as they affect "interstate or foreign commerce or communication of the United States." 18 U.S.C. § 1030(e)(2)(B) (2001). As a result of this amendment, a protected computer is now defined as a computer "exclusively for the use of a financial institution or the United States Government, or, in the case of a computer not exclusively for such use, used by or for a financial institution or the United States Government and the conduct constituting the offense affects that use by or for the financial institution or the Government" or a computer "used in interstate or foreign commerce or communication, including a computer located outside the United States that is used in a manner that affects interstate or foreign commerce or communication of the United States." 18 U.S.C. § 1030(e)(2)."

SCU Cases

CASES INVOLVING SEX AND DRUGS

  Drug and Alcohol cases involving Professionals and Executives
  Prostitution | Solicitation  | Pandering
 Matters involving Minors
  Rape | Statutory Rape
  Molestation

The Bose Law Firm with three offices in the District of Columbia and Northern Virginia is composed of a team of former police, prosecutors and investigators with a national reputation. The Firm assists clients in only three practice arenas: Asset Protection | Business Torts | Criminal Defense. The Criminal Defense Team is composed of two units: the Financial Crimes Unit and the Special Cases Unit. The Attorneys of the Special Cases Unit handle criminal cases | Sex Crimes | Drug Crimes on behalf of professionals in Virginia and Washington, DC. These attorneys practice in all State and Federal Courts of Virginia and Washington, DC.

All attorneys-at-law are ethically bound to uphold the secrets of their clients.  However, professionals who demand the utmost in discretion and privacy routinely retain attorneys from  the Bose Law Firm Special Cases Unit. The attorneys of the BLF SCU are a distinct group of Attorneys within the Bose Law Firm.  These attorneys routinely handle matters involving highly volatile private matters on behalf of clients in the Federal and State courts. 

BLF SCU attorneys are charged with handling cases requiring the utmost in discretion, confidentiality and client privacy.  
 
 
DISTINCTIONS
  • SCU clients have 24-hour access to their attorney
  • SCU clients speak directly to the Attorney via a direct cellular number.  No paralegals nor secretaries are involved in client communications.  Voicemail on these direct cellular lines are secure from all staff and aides within the firm and all janatorial personnel outside of the Firm.
  • All documents related to SCU cases are numbered without reference to client name.  Client names are only used on a limited basis for court pleadings.
  • Routine intake forms are shredded upon completion of the conflict analysis.
  • Documents and client copies of court papers are hand-delivered in lieu of mail.
  • SCU clients are leased anonymous cell phones from which to contact their attorneys - calls from a SCU client's personal cell phone and/or home to attorneys of this unit are highly discouraged.  Phone records are a primary target of civil case discovery and police investigations.
  • Calls are never placed to an SCU client's home or office.
  • Client meetings are held in private with private waiting areas.
  • Notes and research in SCU cases are personally generated and managed by the SCU attorney.  No paralegals nor third party research personnel are involved.
  • SCU client files are transported via tight internal security measures
  • SCU client files, both active and archived, are stored in at least GSA Class 5 Government Containers. 

Thaddeus Furlong

 

 

 

 

 

Thaddeus Furlong, Esq. SCU Intake Attorney .

Direct 703.474.7750

 

GSA: General Services Administration (US Government)
 
GSA Class 1:
a GSA approved container meeting Federal Specification AA-F-357(canceled) with entry protection consisting of 10 Man-Minutes forced entry, 30 Man-Minutes surreptitious entry and 1 hour fire rating
 
GSA Class 2:
 a GSA approved container meeting Federal Specification AA-F-357(canceled) with entry protection consisting of 5 Man-Minutes forced entry, 20 Man-Minutes surreptitious entry and 1 hour fire rating
 
GSA Class 3:
 a GSA approved uninsulated container meeting Federal Specification AA-F-358 with entry protection consisting of 20 Man-Minutes surreptitious entry
 
GSA Class 4:
 a GSA approved uninsulated container meeting Federal Specification AA-F-358 with entry protection consisting of 5 Man-Minutes forced entry, 20 Man-Minutes surreptitious entry
 
GSA Class 5:
 a GSA approved uninsulated container meeting Federal Specification AA-F-358 with entry protection consisting of 10 Man-Minutes forced entry, 20 Man-Hours surreptitious entry and 30 Man-Minutes Covert entry
 
GSA Class 6:
 a GSA approved uninsulated container meeting Federal Specification AA-F-358 with entry protection consisting of 20 Man-Hours surreptitious entry and 30 Man-Minutes covert entry
 
GSA Class 7:
 a GSA approved uninsulated container meeting Federal Specification AA-F-2815 (canceled) with entry protection consisting of 20 Man-Hours surreptitious entry and 15 Man-Minutes covert entry


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