Federal Crimes Charges
Federal crimes are among the most serious of all criminal offenses in the American criminal justice system. These crimes are thoroughly investigated and vigorously prosecuted. A conviction in federal criminal court will likely result in a lengthy federal prison sentence.
Your Questions Answered
Q: What should I do if I think I am going to be charged with a federal crime?
Protecting You Against Federal Charges
A federal criminal charge begins with an Indictment from a federal grand jury. Most federal crimes involve white collar and other financial crimes, racketeering influence in corrupt organizations (RICO) and large multiple defendant drug conspiracies.
These crimes are investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Administration (ATF), the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Most federal criminal offenses involve a conspiracy among multiple defendants. Investigation of these conspiracies usually occur over many years. The investigation may include wire tapped conversations, confidential informants and photographic surveillance. Federal crimes are prosecuted by the Justice Department through the United States Attorney General.
What to Expect
If you are the target of a federal investigation or have been indicted by a federal grand jury, your Constitutional rights will never be more important. You must seek the advice and legal representation of a knowledgeable and aggressive criminal defense attorney. Your attorney must have the skills unique to federal criminal defense representation. These skills include comprehensive investigation, tenacious negotiation, proven trial ability and the experience to utilize the Federal Sentencing Guidelines to your advantage.
If you have been indicted by a federal grand jury or are the target of a federal criminal investigation, call me immediately for a free initial client conference.
David Langston Protects Your Rights
Don't delay when facing a criminal conviction. Protect your rights by contacting David Langston at Langston Law, Chartered in Olathe, Kansas.Call me at 913-341-8530 for your free consultation.
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