How can an attorney help me with my federal crime charges?

The United States government has an attorney representing their interest, so you should have an attorney representing yours.

When you hire an attorney to represent you in your federal case, the attorney works for you. The attorney can represent you in the grand jury proceeding and assist with that process. If the indictment is handed down, the attorney can help to arrange release conditions or bail. Attorneys review the evidence and the sufficiency of the charges and make arguments on your behalf. Attorneys prepare and file motions to assist in your defense and help you to prepare a proper defense for trial.

The federal rules are complex. It is overwhelming enough to be arrested of a federal charge. You should not try to represent yourself. Contact an attorney who practices federal law and allow them to represent your interests. By hiring an experienced federal attorney you can obtain the best result for you and your situation.

Posted in: Federal Offenses