Federal Criminal Defense Attorney

Are you facing criminal charges in a federal court?  Federal crimes are the most serious types of crimes that one can be charged with.  In America, a federal crime and offense is an act that is illegal but the United States federal legislation.  In America, criminal charges and laws and prosecution occur at both federal and state levels, a federal crime is one that is prosecuted under federal criminal law, and not state law.  The types of federal agents that run investigations of federal crimes are but not limited to the ATF, DEA, FBI, ICE, IRS, and the Secret Service.

Wiselaws, LLC has been successfully defending clients involved in federal criminal cases for many years now.  Our roster of federal attorneys have defended cases in every state in America in pretty much every type of federal criminal charge.  The federal lawyer that you choose is very important, so the same lawyer you hire for a DUI is not the same lawyer you would hire or retain for a federal criminal case because the complexity of a federal criminal charge is much more difficult to defend and is run by a different set of rules than a basic state criminal case.

Many times federal law enforcement will set up surveillance to record conversations of the accused and the federal government has unlimited resources to do so in trying to obtain a conviction.  Wiselaws, LLC is very experienced in tackling the use of this specific type of evidence in the courtroom, also we do a great job in discrediting the aspects of undercover agents and informants.

The Federal Criminal System

A big difference between the federal court system and the state court system in regards to criminal defense is that when the United States Attorney’s office prosecutes federal criminal charges they tend to have an extremely more amount of time, resources, and money to direct towards a criminal prosecution case than a state’s attorney would.  It is very important that anyone hiring a federal criminal defense attorney for a case dealing with criminal charges or federal grand jury proceedings, retain an attorney with great experience within the federal court system.  Federal prosecutors are usually better attorneys than state prosecutors, we far better academic records as well as case records, and tend to hand pick the criminal cases they which to be apart of.

Some of the common federal crimes that we defend include:

Accounting Fraud Consumer Fraud
Antitrust Corporate Crimes
Bank Fraud Counterfeiting
Bankruptcy Fraud Customs Violations
Bribery Drug Manufacturing
Child Pornography Drug Possession/Sales
Computer Crimes Drug Smuggling
Computer Hacking Drug Trafficking
Conspiracy Espionage
Controlled Substance Violations Extortion
Identity Theft Federal Drug Crimes
Medicare Fraud Federal Property Crimes
Money Laundering Forgery
Public Corruption Gang Crimes
Real Estate Fraud Gun Law Violations
RICO Crimes Hate Crimes
Securities Fraud Health Care Fraud
Social Security Fraud Immigration Law Violations
Tax Crimes Insurance Fraud
Tax Evasion Internet Fraud
Terrorism Mail Fraud
Weapons Charges Medicaid Fraud
Wire fraud Mortgage Fraud

Federal Criminal Investigations

When you are contacted and sought out by federal authorities in respect to and in relation to a criminal investigation, you must first figure out if they are looking at you in the realm of being a federal witness or if they are looking to charged with a federal crime.  The next approach is to make sure the statements you make to federal authorities you make safely and stay far away from the traps and games that like to play, it’s probably best you say nothing and hire a federal defense lawyer.

Federal Grand Jury Testimony

A federal criminal lawyer can also be retained when a person is given a subpoena to testify before a federal grand jury as like in an federal investigation, but it is not always clear if someone is being subpoenaed as a witness or subject for indictment.  It is always important to hire a federal defense attorney in case of these types of situations, as a federal attorney can help work out a deal involving immunity if necessary in exchange for testimony.

A Lawyer Either Knows Federal Law Or Does Not, and Wise Laws Does!

We highly recommend that you focus on protecting your rights, and you need a federal defense lawyer whom is experienced in federal criminal defense.  You can find such an attorney at Wiselaws, LLC, many of our lawyers spend a great amount of time practicing and working on federal criminal defense cases.  We have defended clients in federal courts against federal drug charges, white collar crimes, RICO charges, federal conspiracy, federal violent crimes, and federal sex crimes.  Contact our federal defense team today at 800-270-8184.