Bribery and corruption laws concern people who attempt to buy influence with public officials and other decision-makers. Bribery includes a broad range of wrongful conduct including cash, assets, services, favors, or anything else of value, given as a bribe, whether present or in the future. A bribe may occur directly, or indirectly through third parties disguising the true nature of the transaction. Merely offering or soliciting a bribe may be enough to incur criminal liability.
Law Enforcement must act within the restraints of the 4th Amendment, and if they do not, the evidence may be suppressed. Suppression means the judge will enter an order directing that the evidence may be used against you.
This would give Mr. Garcia an opportunity to attack improperly collected evidence on constitutional grounds. If enough of the evidence against you can be suppressed prior to trial, the prosecution may be obligated to dismiss the case.
Charges of bribery can ruin your career and professional reputation. If you are convicted, you face fines and jail/prison as well. Mr. Garcia will protect your interests and negotiate with the government on your behalf.