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On the Record


Greta Van Susteren’s Fox News live interview with Bernhoft Law attorneys immediately after Snipe’s acquittal verdict. This clip contains the entire on-camera interview. Greta points out how rare verdicts of this type are against the IRS and DOJ.
Setting The Stage

Prosecution Rests

A Stunning Development


On the Record

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Video Case Study: “The Unwinnable Case in the Impossible Place”


On February 1, 2008, Wesley Snipes and his lead trial attorneys at Bernhoft Law made worldwide headline news when an all-white jury in Ocala, Florida, found Snipes not guilty on all felony counts after a dramatic three-week trial.

It was a decision that caught legal “experts” throughout the country by complete surprise. They had predicted that Snipes would easily be convicted on the conspiracy and tax fraud felony counts, and face up to 16 years in prison. “It’s the unwinnable case in the impossible place,” cackled one cable news pundit.

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Robert Bernhoft interview with Claude Brodesser-Akner of NPR


When National Public Radio wanted to devote a show to lawyers who have to work in the glare of the media spotlight, it turned to Robert Bernhoft of Bernhoft Law. Click ‘Play Program’ to hear an edited version of the NPR program ‘Celebrities Can Be Taxing,’ which was originally broadcast on NPR’s KCRW-FM show ‘The Business’ on April 14, 2008.

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Robert Bernhoft: Uncut


On January 13, 2008, Orlando ABC-affiliate WFTV posted an amazing video on its website: a 12-minute single-take interview with Robert Bernhoft, Wesley Snipes’ lead attorney during Snipes’ tax trial.

The oratory skills, the grace under pressure, and Bernhoft’s uncanny ability to synthesize complex legal themes are on ample display. This interview is raw, uncut, and its subject must deliver without a trace of video trickery. The report was viewed 4,121 times on WFTV’s website in the first two hours after posting by a populace rabidly interested in Snipes’ trial, which was to begin the next day.

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