Edward Law Group Federal Crimes Defense Attorney
Trusted Legal Counsel for Federal Charges
Being put under federal investigation is never a good sign, and if you find yourself in this position it is crucial that you seek legal help as fast as possible. Penalties for crimes tried federally are often more extreme, so you will need an attorney who knows the ins and outs of these sorts of cases to increase your chances in court. The Edward Law Group has great success with these types of accusations, due in large part to our exceptional criminal defense lawyers on staff.
What is a Federal Crime?
Federal crimes are typically investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and prosecuted according to guidelines established by each judicial district’s United States Attorney. If an alleged action violates federal law, it can potentially surpass the state courts.
Mail fraud, tax evasion, counterfeit money and items, immigration offenses, drug-related offenses, and crimes committed on federal government property are examples of federal crimes.
Ready to Take Action?
The earlier you retain an attorney, the stronger your defense can be against federal crimes. The government does not waste time in pursuing cases, so do not hesitate to start building your defense. Our team of experienced criminal lawyers will know how to best protect your rights and freedoms depending on the details of your case. We are familiar with sentencing guidelines and can create a personalized strategy for you that has a high chance of success.
Depending on the allegations against you and your past criminal history, national sentencing guidelines determine the penalties you may face. For example, if you are accused of a more serious offense or have a greater criminal record, the suggested punishments will be much harsher. Our law firm treats every case with care and dedication to prevent any violations of your rights. Do not let an accusation of committing a federal crime ruin everything you’ve worked for—contact us today for quality legal representation.