When a federal crime has been committed, the rules of criminal prosecution are completely changed. Even if you are only under investigation for a federal crime, you need to consult with an Orlando criminal defense attorney from our firm immediately, so that we can answer your questions and advise you of your legal rights. Although it may be tempting to try and talk your way out of the charges, you may end up doing more damage to your case than you realize. If you were not directly involved in the crime, you could still be facing conspiracy charges or other federal charges if there is evidence that connects or associates you with the accused.
We understand how frightening it is to be investigated or arrested for a federal crime. It is extremely important, however, to contact an attorney from our firm before you answer any questions or speak with federal agents.
Crimes which violate federal laws are classified as federal crimes and are amongst the most serious of all criminal accusations. Federal crimes carry very stiff penalties including lengthy prison terms without the possibility of parole. This means if you are facing charges for federal crimes, your freedom, your future and your ability to care and provide for your family is at risk. You need a knowledgeable attorney who will be able to review your case, analyze all evidence against you, search and uncover any weaknesses or flaws in the prosecution's case, and build you an aggressive defense.
Possible felony penalties may include the following:
Time is of the essence when it comes to federal crimes, as any delay may end up hindering or jeopardizing our ability to enter plea negotiations, motions to suppress, or work to have charges brought in state court rather than federal court. Our criminal defense attorneys will be able to advise you on the best course of action to pursue, and work hard to protect you and your interests.
Our firm is committed to representing our clients. Our success record along with our consistent demonstration of excellence when it comes to our legal abilities and general ethics standards, has earned us an AV-rating and a listing in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers. Our attorneys have over 85 years combined experience practicing criminal law in both state and federal cases. When you want an attorney who will exhaust all resources on your behalf, you want an attorney from our firm.