Arkady L. Bukh is described by Wikipedia as a “high-profile American criminal defense attorney.” The online Encyclopedia emphasizes the extensive past history of notable clients and famous cases handled by the New York Criminal defense firm of Bukh Law Firm, PLLC.
While every case is different, our strong past track record of helping clients in some of the most complex cases demonstrates our skills and abilities in providing advocacy to defendants accused of serious criminal acts. Our attorneys have excelled in providing representation in state and federal cases to defendants accused of criminal acts that often carry the potential for decades in prison.
Feel free to browse our case results below or the extensive Wikipedia profile celebrating the accomplishments of attorney Arkady Bukh and then give us a call to learn how Bukh Law Firm, PLLC can put our strong legal backgrounds to work on your case.
Bukh has successfully represented defendants in a variety of criminal cases. Sample case results including the following:
Boston Marathon Bombing
Bukh represented Azamat Tazhayakov, who attended the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth with accused Marathon Bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Tazhayakov was accused of obstructing an investigation into a terrorist offense and faced a potential penalty of up to 25-years incarceration. Sentencing was scheduled for October 16 but was delayed by a pending Supreme Court case. The Boston Globe reported that a long prison term was “unlikely” given mitigating circumstances presented by the defense.
Cyber Crime Theft Offenses
Bukh has provided representation to high profile cyber crime defendants. Bukh represented Igor Klopov, who was accused of stealing more than $1.5 million from individuals on the Forbes 400, including a close friend of former President George W. Bush. Four accomplices involved in the scheme pled guilty. Bukh defended Klopov, who was sentenced to just 3.5 to 10.5 years in prison despite facing the potential for decades of incarceration.
Top Rated Criminal Lawyer
Arkady Bukh has a long track record of representing clients accused of serious federal and state crimes in NYC
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The King of Spam
Bukh represented Oleg Nikolaenko, who the Federal Bureau of Investigation described as the “King of Spam” due to his alleged responsibility for sending as much as a third of all worldwide spam. Nikolaenko was arrested in 2009 and was picked up by authorities in 2010. In 2013, he was sentenced to time served.
Aggravated cyber theft
Dmitry Naskovets faced the potential for more than 39 years imprisonment for running a website that was allegedly an online aid for identity thieves. The website bypassed standard security measures and provided assistance to 2,000 hackers to obtain millions of dollars in funds. Naskovets was extradited to stand trial, but thanks to Bukh, he was sentenced to just 33 months incarceration instead of almost 40 years in prison.
International White Collar Crime
Vlad Horohorin was extradited to the United States to stand trial for online boards promoting worldwide Cyber Crime. He was described as one of the top 5 most wanted global cyber criminals and faced decades of incarceration. Bukh provided legal representation and Horohorin was sentenced to only 88 months imprisonment and $125,739 in restitution.
Bukh represented Michail Sorodsky, who admitted to sexually molesting six female cancer patients and raping another patient who was sedated. Sorodsky was sentenced to six years imprisonment and 10 years supervised parole, despite facing the potential for a much lengthier prison sentence.
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These case results are a small sample of our extensive past history in representing defendants accused of criminal acts. To learn more about our past cases and about how we can put our legal experience to work for you, contact Bukh Law Firm, PLLC today.