At Flowers Law PLLC, Kobie Flowers conducts both criminal and civil litigation for his clients nationwide. In the criminal litigation realm, Mr. Flowers has successfully defended clients accused of white-collar felonies, including securities fraud, embezzlement, tax fraud, mail and wire fraud, obstruction of justice and false statements. Mr. Flowers has also represented clients accused of general-crime felonies, including providing material support for terrorism, spying, murder, drug trafficking, gun trafficking and violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.
Mr. Flowers also represents clients in the quasi-criminal realm. These clients are involved in parallel proceedings and internal corporate investigations.
Mr. Flowers graduated from Stanford University and Georgetown Law. He has tried cases before various federal and state courts around the country. He has practiced in the Military Commissions in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as a criminal defense lawyer. He is a member of the bars of the District of Columbia, Maryland and New Jersey.
Before entering private practice, Mr. Flowers served over four years as a civil rights prosecutor at the United States Department of Justice, where he was a member of the competitive and distinguished Attorney General's Honors Program. During his public service as a federal civil rights prosecutor, Mr. Flowers earned recognition for his trial lawyering, including the Civil Rights Division's Special Commendation for Outstanding Service. After the Justice Department, Mr. Flowers continued his public service at the Federal Public Defender's Office in Maryland where he won two-thirds of his trials as an Assistant Federal Public Defender.
Today, with over a decade of trial experience, Mr. Flowers dedicates his practice to criminal and civil trials.
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Last Updated: 9/15/2016