Past Successes At Federal Criminal Defense Law Firm
Mr. Kuniansky represented a large automobile dealer in Texas who was indicted for wire fraud in
a scheme alleging he moved automobiles across state lines to avoid the payment of inventory
taxes. After a 1 week trial, he was acquitted of all charges.
Mr. Kuniansky represented an attorney in Federal Court in Montana who was charged with wire
fraud and money laundering for allegedly laundering a drug dealer’s drug proceeds into a large
ranch in Montana. After a 2 week trial, he was acquitted on all counts.
Mr. Kuniansky represented an attorney who was tried in Federal Court in Houston for wire fraud,
alleging that he used his law office to defraud insurance companies in a large scam involving
fake automobile accidents and injuries. The jury returned a verdict of 11-1 in favor of not guilty,
and the government elected not to retry him.
Mr. Kuniansky represented a businessman who was indicted in Federal Court for wire fraud
alleging a scheme to defraud the Insurance Commissioner by temporarily “parking” assets on
financial statements so it would appear that the businessman’s insurance company met liquidity
requirements. A mistrial motion was granted and the government elected not to retry him.
Mr. Kuniansky represented an individual charged with bankruptcy fraud and lying to an FBI Agent. He was acquitted on all charges.
Mr. Kuniansky recently represented a defendant charged in Federal Court with bank fraud for
obtaining a fraudulent PPP loan. His Sentencing Guideline Range was calculated at 12-18
months. Mr. Kuniansky was able to obtain a sentence of probation with 6 months home