Defense Attorney for Federal Crimes Charges

Federal crimes have special importance in criminal law. There may be different rules of evidence as compared to State law, the penalties can differ and often they are more significant.

If you are being investigated for or have been charged with a federal crime, it is important to work with an attorney with specific experience and success in defending clients against federal charges.

Federal crimes can include:

  • kidnapping
  • terrorism
  • bank robbery
  • tax evasion
  • and other crimes

In each case, regardless of where the crime occurred, it will be investigated by federal law enforcement agencies and prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s office.

The Seriousness of the Case

One of the distinctive elements of federal crimes is the penalties involved if convicted.

Sentencing in federal cases may be more severe and, depending on the type of charge, federal courts may be less likely to show leniency than state courts.

The prosecution has vast resources to investigate alleged federal crimes, and may enlist the assistance of agencies such as the FBI, DEA, the CIA or Homeland Security.

Federal crimes must be taken very seriously. If you have been charged or are even in process of being investigated, it is important that you work with an attorney who is well-versed in federal criminal defense.

Contact an Attorney Immediately

Sometimes you will be investigated by a federal agency before you are formally charged with any crime. Do not wait until you are actually charged to seek legal counsel.

If you know are being investigated, speak with a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible, even before speaking to the agencies investigating you.

At The Stamps Law Group, we understand the federal investigation process and will seek out all evidence that challenges the prosecution of your case, in order to establish the best defense possible.

We have experience in “Fighting the Good Fight” to protect your rights, and we will handle your case with the utmost skill and care.

Call us today at (866) JTLAW-66 or (866) 585-2966 to set up your consultation.