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Tama Beth Kudman has over 25 years of experience representing clients in criminal defense matters. She has represented a wide array of clients, including politicians, lawyers, doctors, rabbis, business people and corporations. Please contact us or call 561-472-0811 for a consultation.

United States v. Del Toro

(S.D.FL, 2014)

Tama Beth Kudman obtained a full acquittal for a pharmacist charged in federal court with 38 counts of unlawfully distributing anabolic steroids, HGH and oxycodone. After a three-month long trial, the jury found the defendant not guilty on each and every count. Ms. Kudman proudly represents doctors, pharmacists and other health care professionals charged in cases involving pain medications (such as oxycodone, oxycontin and hydrocodone) and other controlled and noncontrolled substances (such as anabolic steroids and HGH). Ms. Kudman also represents health care professionals in cases involving health care fraud. Ms. Kudman takes great pride in defending these medical professionals against attacks from overzealous prosecutors and agencies.

The Result

Dr. Timothy Sigman and pharmacist Peter Del Toro were acquitted of all charges for allegedly running a massive anabolic steroid ring.

State of Florida v. John Goodman

FL., 2014)

Member of trial team that defended Polo mogul on charges of DUI Manslaughter

U.S. v. Wiese

(E.D.N.Y., 1997) The “Abner Louima case”

Member of trial team that successfully procured acquittal for one of four officers charged with federal criminal civil rights violations in regard to infamous precinct house torture of Haitian immigrant.


State v. Deonarine

(Florida, 2004)

Member of defense team that successfully appealed top count of conviction for doctor convicted of drug trafficking in OxyContin.

Successful Appeal

Pilates, Inc. v. Current Concepts, Inc.

(S.D.N.Y., 1996)

Member of trial team that successfully challenged the trademark “Pilates,” making the practice of “Pilates” techniques as such available worldwide.

The Result