Defending Against Federal Crimes
Are you under federal investigation?
If you have been charged with a federal crime, you need to make sure that you contact an attorney as soon as possible. Federal crimes are charged in a federal court and can involve enhanced penalties, steeper sentencing and different laws that you might not have been aware of. Federal law applies to individuals and businesses and it is extremely important to note that ignorance is not a defense against breaking a federal law. That is why it is so important that you have the assistance of a legal professional who has experience handling federal cases.
Federal crimes include the following:
- Mail fraud
- Tax evasion
- Immigration offense
- Crimes committed on federal property
- And more
Don't Wait to Get Help, Time is of the Essence
If you are aware that you or a loved one is under federal investigation for a crime, you need to take action as soon as possible. The government is already taking action to investigate you. You need to put the same kind of attention on yourself and your future freedom by contacting an experienced attorney who can work with you to build a solid defense against whatever federal crime you might be facing.
Don’t leave your freedom in the hands of chance or “hope for the best.” Federal charges are very serious and can change your life forever. If you were convicted and sent to prison for 20 years, you would not be able to see your family, you would lose your home, your possessions and everything that physically and socially defines you and your lifestyle. Don’t put those at risk by waiting too long to contact an attorney.
Our attorneys at the Martinez Law Firm have worked on many different federal cases since we founded our law firm in 1999. We have the experience and necessary knowledge to help you navigate the federal justice system. It is vital that your attorney is familiar with federal court proceedings. If you choose to represent yourself with a lawyer who is ignorant on the differences between federal and state court, you will do yourself a great disservice. We will use our 15 years of experience and our own intimate knowledge of the government courts to benefit your case and your defense.