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Attorneys Zeljka Bozanic, left, and Alan Ross, right, talk with reporters outside Miami federal court after their client, Guy Philippe, was sentenced.

Representation of a Senator-elect in Haiti that resulted in getting the drug trafficking charge dismissed.

News Coverage



Video interviews and News Coverage:

DUI Manslaughter closing argument
Sean Kingston Bond Hearing
Vehicular Homicide Not Guilty Verdict
Arrest of Haitian Senator Elect Guy Philippe
Attempted Muder and Robbery Not Guilty
Conspiracy to kill Haitian President ABC
PPP Loan Fraud Case

Guy Philippe interview
Sean Kingston release
Conspiracy to Kill Haitian President short
Conspiracy Sex Trafficking
Guy Phillipe
Attempted Murder and Robbery
Extortion case YesJulz
Jewelry Heist
Zeljka Bozanic goes one-on-one with James Pierre


We have successfully fought and litigated numerous high-profile drug importation cases, sex trafficking, armed robbery, and fraud cases. Some of the notable cases that received media coverage include:

THE CLUB MADONNA CASE –  our client, who was initially charged with Human Trafficking, punishable by life in prison and numerous other counts, ended up with one misdemeanor count after all the remaining charges were dismissed.

NFL PLAYER – Ms. Bozanic represented former American Football player in the NFL, Michael Bennett, who played as a running back for the Minnesota Vikings. Mr. Bennett’s sentence involved less than a year served in jail for a fraud charge.

INNOVIDA EXECUTIVE IN A $40 MILLION FRAUD – Ms. Bozanic represented Claudio Osorio, a top Miami businessman who ran a Fortune 500 company. Mr Osorio was accused of diverting money to offshore accounts that his company Innovida collected from investors for building homes in Haiti, after the devastating earthquake in January of 2010. Some of the investors mentioned in the case included NBA basketball players, such as Carlos Boozer, Alonzo Mourning, etc.

FENTANYL BUST – Ms Bozanic represented one of the first people charged in Federal Court with Fentanyl, better known as Flakka. She successfully defended her client against any additional enhancements based on the possession of a brand new drug called W-18 after arguing that W-18 was not on the DEA Schedule of Controlled Substances at the time of the arrest.

JAMAICAN LOTTERY SCAM – Ms. Bozanic represented clients accused in the Jamaican Lottery scams involving millions of dollars sent to Jamaica. She was able to secure a downward variance and convince the Judge to give a probation sentence.

PROSECUTION OF A HAITIAN SENATOR– Ms. Bozanic represented the Senator-elect of Grand-Anse, Haiti, Guy Philippe, and was successful in getting his drug trafficking charge dismissed.

RACIAL PROFILING IN BROWARD– One of the most significant verdicts in Ms. Bozanic’s career involves an acquittal of a client who was charged with armed robbery and attempted first-degree murder only because he happened to be a black male wearing a hoodie. The officers in the case jumped on arresting our client and his two friends after getting a general description of “three black males in hoodies”.  The worst part of the case was that the prosecutor handling the case decided to go forward, despite receiving DNA evidence that exonerated our client and implicated another person. After a month-long trial and fighting ignorance, racism, and incompetence, Ms. Bozanic’s client was vindicated by a jury who found him NOT GUILTY on all charges.

PHONE PASSCODE LITIGATION – Ms. Bozanic has been involved in litigation of the new law passed requiring the defendants to turn over phone passwords to law enforcement and essentially incriminate themselves. The recent decision in State v. Stahl, out of the Second District Court of Appeals, caused prosecutors all over Florida to start filing motions requiring the defendants to turn over their phone passcode to law enforcement.

VEHICULAR HOMICIDE CASE INVOLVING A BROWARD SHERIFF DEPUTY- Our office was able to obtain a not-guilty verdict for our client, who was accused of driving drunk and crashing into a BSO deputy who died on the scene. After a 3 week trial, we were able to prove that our client did not run a red light and that the blood test results obtained by BSO lab were not reliable. Our client was released and reunited with his family after a not-guilty verdict.

Musician faces charges in Jamaican Lottery Fraud

Miami Herald on deadly synthetic heroin from China

Fentanyl sentence

South Florida Duo gets arrested for Allegedly Attempting to Extort Money from Social Media Personality

Miami Reality TV star must explain why she can’t unlock phone is “Sextortion” case

In a “Queen of Snapchat” YesJulz case, legal fight enfolds

Reality TV Star must unlock iPhone

Iphone passcode – no jail

Is “I forgot” a valid defense

Guy Philippe arrest

Haitian Senator agrees case from jail cell

Motions to dismiss in Guy Philippe’s case

Miami Herald- favorable plea

Jamaican observer on Guy Philippe

Guy Philippe sentence is a compromise that dismisses drug trafficking charges

Men Acquitted of Attempted Murder Speak Out

Lawyer suggests fatal teen shooting in Lauderdale Lakes was self -defense

Will Claudio Osorio plead guilty?

Claudio Osorio pleads guilty in status hearing

Tracking the fall of Claudio Osorio

Miami Exec Gets 12.5 years for $40 Million Investment scam

Two former NFL first round picks nabbed in FBI sting

Former NFL player sentenced for fraud

Former NFL player Bennett gets 15 months

Butt-boosting injections hospitalize another woman

Pleas accepted in Club Madonna Human Trafficking case

Pleas Accepted in Club Madonna Sex Trafficking Case: Report

Two accused of making child bare all on stage break silence