Facing a federal indictment is a nerve-wracking experience for anyone. Choosing the correct course of action is integral to having the indictment dropped and the charges dismissed. Not every attorney is equipped to handle the defense against a federal case, and choosing an experienced criminal defense lawyer is key to
Facing criminal charges and awaiting a court date can be one of the most trying experiences for someone who has never previously been involved in such an event. You probably have many questions about what might happen next and if it is possible to have the charges against you dropped.
Being involved in a drug crime can cause many problems, but being charged with a federal drug crime can carry far more serious consequences. These cases may lead to severe fines and much longer prison sentences. Whether a crime is charged at the state or federal level depends on factors
How Cross-Border Law Enforcement Operation Trojan Shield Infiltrated Criminal Networks In a first-of-its-kind effort, a law enforcement-created encrypted messaging platform has been used to infiltrate the communication networks of some of the most widespread criminal organizations around the world. The coordinated effort was led by the US FBI, Australian Federal Police and law enforcement
More than 180 People Charged with Federal Crimes in Storming of U.S. Capitol Building Nearly two hundred people are facing charges in federal court for illegally entering the Capitol building and committing other criminal acts in and around the Capitol as part of the insurrection that took place in Washington, D.C. earlier this month.
If you are the victim of fraud - Someone has used your identity, stolen your property or money and your are NOT yourself being investigated or charged with a crime, you should report this crime to the police. We defend people accused of committing fraud, not people who have been defrauded.
SENTENCING MITIGATION While some federal criminal cases do proceed to trial, the vast majority are resolved through negotiation with the United States Attorney. Within this negotiation exists a framework called federal sentencing guidelines. These guidelines are set out in a chart where you cross reference the charges themselves against several