white collar crime attorney |corporate and commercial litigation attorney |  Anderson Kill P.C.

Jeremy B. Shockett

Shareholder
New York

Jeremy Shockett is a shareholder in the New York office of Anderson Kill and a member of the firm's White Collar Crime, Government Enforcement, Internal Investigation and White Collar Defense and Corporate and Commercial Litigation practice groups.

Prior to joining Anderson Kill, Jeremy was Deputy Secretary for Public Safety for the Office of the Governor of New York, a state Cabinet position in which he managed the Governor’s public safety and homeland security priorities, overseeing eight agencies with a workforce of over 35,000 employees and an annual budget of more than $5 billion. He was also the Co-Chair of the New York State Cyber-Security Advisory Board, leading a team of government and private sector experts to shape and implement the State’s cyber defenses and responses, including keeping the State’s elections secure from outside influence. He also initiated and led table-top security exercises covering mass-fatality incidents, large scale transportation hubs, and state-wide cyber incidents.

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Representive Engagements

  • United States v. Jorge Arbaje-Diaz, et al. – Lead counsel and investigator in the federal prosecution of over 20 members of a national drug robbery ring.  The ring specialized in posing as police officers to kidnap, torture and rob drug traffickers.  Successfully prosecuted an NYPD Officer for conspiring with the ring.
     
  • People v. Luis Garcia and Jose Pizarro - Investigated and tried 2 men who tortured and murdered a family of 5, including a 13-year old boy.  Their back-to-back trials, lasting 3 months each, resulted in murder convictions.
     
  • People v. Anthony Windley, et al. – Oversaw the investigation and prosecution of the leaders of a gang that controlled one of the largest housing developments in the Bronx.  Obtained indictments for 18 members of their crew.  Windley and his top lieutenant were convicted after trial and all the remaining defendants pled guilty.
     
  • People v. Jose Roman, et al. – Led a multi-agency federal and state task force (including the DEA, NYPD, U.S. Customs, U.S. Marshals Service and various local and state prosecutorial agencies) prosecution of transnational drug organization that imported cocaine and heroin from Mexico and then used commercial delivery companies to ship narcotics throughout the U.S.  Successfully prosecuted 16 leaders and members of this organization.
     
  • People v. Don Taylor – Reinvestigated a 17-year old murder conviction trial after the defendant made credible claims of innocence and prosecutorial misconduct.  Successfully moved to vacate the conviction.
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National Business Institute

November 30, 2022  |  New York, NY

EDUCATION

The National Law Center at George Washington University, with honors, J.D.
University of Florida, B.A.
 

 

BAR ADMISSIONS

New York State

COURT ADMISSIONS

Eastern District of New York