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Search warrant executed at office of Omega Service Maintenance May 5, 2009

Posted by jefhenningeresq in News.
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Federal and state law enforcement officials executed a search warrant at the Neptune City, New Jersey offices of Omega Service Maintenance Corp.  The company is a local contractor that performs work for the United States military and other federal agencies.  The agencies carrying out the search were the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the New Jersey State Police and other federal agencies.

Its hard to say exactly what is going on here, although bribery and bid rigging may be the most likely allegations.  Regardless, the company needs an attorney that knows criminal defense to start working on this case right now.  With all due respect to their business attorney, that attorney cannot quarterback this case.  A good attorney should be able to figure out what is going on here and start building a defense now.  In addition, all employees need their own attorney.  You cannot have one attorney or one firm representing everyone.  This seems like a smaller company and all past and future employees could be caught up in this. 

Story is here.

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