Bruce Reinhart, in full, Bruce E. Reinhart is an American personality famously known as the nationally recognized former attorney and distinguished former federal prosecutor. He is currently the known magistrate judge on the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida and was appointed on 19th March 2018 with his current tenure expiring on 18th March 2026.
Bruce is probably living in his mid-fifties or early sixties and he is a native of New Jersey. He is an alumnus of Princeton University and pursues B.S.E., cum laude (19840) After that, he went to the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he studied J.D., cum laude (1987).
Bruce Reinhart Career
Early in the mid of March 2018, Reinhart was officially announced as the magistrate judge after the position was vacated by the retiring judge James Hopkins. His position and his forthcoming place in the court were leaked a month ago. He would begin working at the federal courthouse in West Palm Beach. The news of Reinhart’s new appointment came after his wife, Assistant U.S. Attorney Carolyn Bell, was given the new position by Governor Rick Scott on the Palm Beach County circuit bench. Steven Larimore, federal court administrator revealed that Bruce was given the position from 64 after a series of interviews was conducted with around 15 candidates for the position.
Bruce Reinhart is currently serving as a member of McDonald Hopkins, LLC, an advocacy law firm where he co-chairs the firm’s White Collar and Government Compliance Practice Group. Earlier, he was a recognized attorney who used to defend corporations and individuals in federal criminal investigations and regulatory enforcement matters. He was involved in the conduction of internal investigations and was the signing authority for the compliance counseling for businesses of all sizes in a wide range of industries.
Rise to Fame
Bruce pursued the responsibilities to enact civil enforcement and protect the client’s intellectual properties. Bruce possesses extensive experience of working as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of Florida for over 11 years. Despite this, he also worked as Senior Policy Advisor for the U.S. Treasury Department, and as a Trial Attorney in the Public Integrity Section of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.
The career details of Bruce Reinhart include the verdict of 50 jury trials in federal court. He conducted more than 100 federal grand jury investigations for financial crimes, healthcare frauds, violent crimes, public corruption, and narcotics. He was held in charge of the conduction of an internal investigation for multi-million dollar employee embezzlements. In his career, Reinhart led hundreds of contested hearings in federal courts throughout the United States and signed off on over 200 federal sentencing hearings under the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines. He was (once a time) the coach or the trainer of other lawyers in the professional lines of trial advocacy, criminal practice, and ethics. He led the condition of oral arguments before three U.S. Courts of Appeals.
The Florida federal magistrate judge has recently signed off the memo or warrants advocating the FBI raid at the former President Donald Trump’s resort Mar-a-Lago. For more than a decade ago, Bruce left the local US Attorney’s office to rep or abrogate employees of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein who was given immunity by the government and was convicted for a long-running sex trafficking case.
Judge Bruce Reinhart has approved the warrant that further allows the federal agents to converge on the palatial South Florida estate on Monday (15th August 2022) which the former president Trump called an “unannounced raid on my home.”
Bruce Reinhart Biography
|Bruce Edward Reinhart
|Age (as of 2022)
|New Jersey, USA
|Federal Magistrate & Attorney
|Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania Law School
|in feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm
|in Kilograms – 70 kg – in Pounds – 154 lbs
Bruce Reinhart is a happily living married man. His wife Carolyn Bell was a former US assistant attorney who was (as of August 2022) given the new appointment of the position of Palm Beach County circuit bench.
Bruce Reinhart Net Worth
Bruce Reinhart is surely earning a good income because of his only profession of attorney. He pursued his professional line of law after practicing for around 10 years in the private sector. He held the position of Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of Florida for over 11 years and later held other positions in the U.S. Treasury Department and the U.S. Justice Department for many years. For the moment, Bruce must be earning as high as $5 million as his total net worth.