Trinity Center, 111 Broadway, Suite 1401
New York, NY 10006
Phone: 212-616-3030 | Fax: 212-616-3031

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Charles A. Ross & Associates, NYC

AVVO rating: 10.0 SuperbGiven his prominent career as a criminal defense attorney Charles Ross wanted to create his own law firm that employed the “best practices” he honed as Chair of the White Collar Defense Group at a noted full service law firm, as a partner at a high-profile boutique criminal defense firm and as a state and federal public defender. Chuck realized his vision by opening Charles A. Ross & Associates near Wall Street in New York City.  More recently, the firm has expanded to open a Miami, Florida office located directly across from the federal courthouse.  The result of these efforts has been an unqualified success—both for the clients he represents and for the professionals in whom the clients put their trust.

Charles A. Ross & Associates, LLC BBB Business ReviewChoosing a criminal defense lawyer can be a stressful process. “Trusted Legal Defense” is not an abstract concept or a marketing ploy. Charles A. Ross & Associates live and breathe their cases. The firm’s demonstrated skill, expertise, and dedication acts as both shield and sword in a client’s time of need.

Chuck Ross has tried over eighty cases to verdict and regularly serves as lead counsel in complex criminal cases, representing a wide variety of individuals in both criminal and regulatory matters — from stockbrokers, investment advisers, hedge fund managers, and compliance officers to high-profile entertainers and athletes. His team is at home in all types of criminal defense cases, including grand jury investigations, trials, and appeals. The firm approaches each case with a forceful, trial-oriented attitude that affords the most advantageous resolutions.

Trusted Legal Defense

We employ only seasoned criminal defense attorneys.

We staff our cases cost-effectively.

We make extensive use of time- and cost-saving technology.

We believe in extraordinary sensitivity.

Latest Post:

“The Nickel Or Not”; Chuck Ross writes for Ethisphere on the Fifth Amendment in FCPA cases.


The Nickel or Not? The Fifth Amendment Privilege for Individuals in FCPA Investigations. During the past few years the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and local United States Attorney’s Offices have increasingly begun investigating and prosecuting individuals for violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).

Ethisphere: The Nickel or Not?