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60 Felony Charges of White Collar crimes Pled to One Misdemeanor

June 2012

Client was charged with 60 counts of white collar crime including numerous conspiracy charges, forgery, and fraud charges spanning over a decade. Client was one of numerous co-defendants. Because there were different dates of violation alleged for the different "alleged" conspiracies and acts, if convicted Client would have been facing mandatory prison.

Ms. Ferraro's Motion to Dismiss raising a violation of the Statute of Limitations (the time in which the State has to file a crime) was granted disposing some of the charges. After further work up of the case, the State agreed to dismiss the remaining charges if Client pled guilty to one offense, which was designated a misdemeanor at sentencing.

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Rachelle Ferraro

Rachelle S. Ferraro, originally from New Jersey, is the daughter of an Italian immigrant. She obtained her college degree in Political Science with a concentration in Constitutional Law at Wellesley College in Massachusetts and her Juris Doctor at the University of Arizona before settling down in Phoenix. She has practiced criminal defense since 1998 and is certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the Arizona State Bar Board of Legal Specialization.