Bruce Reinhart is an American Judge Who Approved FBI Mar-a-Lago Raid known as a nationally recognized former attorney and respected former federal prosecutor. He is currently the Notable Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida and was appointed March 19, 2018, with his current term expiring on March 18, 2026.
Bruce is probably in his mid-fifties or early sixties and is from New Jersey. He is a graduate of Princeton University and is pursuing BSE, cum laude (19840). He then went to the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he earned his JD, cum laude (1987) degree.
Bruce Reinhart career
In early March 2018, Reinhart was formally announced as Magistrate Judge after the position was vacated by retired Judge James Hopkins. His position and forthcoming court seat were leaked a month ago. He would work in federal court in West Palm Beach. News of Reinhart’s new appointment came after his wife, Assistant U.S. Attorney Carolyn Bell, received the new position on the Palm Beach County circuit bench from Gov. Rick Scott. Federal Court Trustee Steven Larimore announced that Bruce had been given the position of 64 after conducting a series of interviews with about 15 candidates for the position.
Bruce Reinhart is currently a member of McDonald Hopkins, LLC, an advocacy law firm, where he is co-chair of the firm’s White Collar and Government Compliance Practice Group. Previously, he was a recognized attorney defending companies and individuals in federal criminal investigations and regulatory enforcement matters. He has been involved in conducting internal investigations and has been an authorized signatory for compliance advice to companies of all sizes across a wide range of industries.
Rise to Fame
Bruce pursued the responsibility of enforcing civil enforcement and protecting the client’s intellectual property. Bruce has over 11 years of experience as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of Florida. Despite this, he has also served as a Senior Policy Advisor for the US Treasury Department and as a trial counsel in the US Department of Justice’s Public Integrity Division in Washington, DC
Bruce Reinhart’s career details include the verdict of 50 juries in federal court. He has conducted more than 100 federal grand jury investigations into financial crimes, healthcare fraud, violent crimes, public corruption and narcotics. He was blamed for conducting an internal investigation into multimillion-dollar employee embezzlement. During his career, Reinhart has presided over hundreds of appeal hearings in federal courts across the United States and signed over 200 federal sentencing hearings under US sentencing guidelines. He was (once) the coach or trainer of other lawyers in the professional fields of litigation, criminal practice and ethics. He served the requirement of hearings before three US Circuit Courts of Appeals.
The Florida federal judge recently signed the memo, or warrants, endorsing the FBI raid on former President Donald Trump’s resort town of Mar-a-Lago. More than a decade ago, Bruce left the local U.S. Attorney’s Office to represent or fire associates of convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, who was granted immunity by the government and was convicted of a long-running sex trafficking trial.
Judge Bruce Reinhart approved the warrant, further allowing federal agents to appear on Monday (15.15.
Bruce Reinhart Biography
|Bruce Edward Reinhart
|Date of birth
|Age (as of 2022)
|Place of birth
|New Jersey, USA
|Federal Supreme Court and Attorney
|Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania Law School
|in feet inches – 5′ 6” – in centimeters – 168 cm
|in kilograms – 70kg – in pounds – 154 pounds
Bruce Reinhart family
|Who is Bruce Reinhart’s Wife?
Bruce Reinhart is a happily married man. His wife, Carolyn Bell, was a former Assistant U.S. Attorney who (as of August 2022) received the new appointment of the Palm Beach County District Bank position.
Bruce Reinhart Net Worth
Bruce Reinhart certainly earns a good income because of his only legal profession. After around 10 years of working in the private sector, he pursued his professional career as a lawyer. He was the Assistant US Attorney for the Southern District of Florida for over 11 years and later served in other positions at the US Treasury Department and the US Department of Justice for many years. Right now Bruce has to earn as much as $5 million as his total net worth.