Kingman Federal Crime Attorney

Federal crimes are those that violate the codes and regulations imposed by the federal government, and these offenses carry severe consequences. These crimes include a wide range of criminal offenses, and can be committed on federal land, such as a national park, a post office or other government property.

Federal crimes are tried in the federal court system, as opposed to the state level. A charge of this nature requires the assistance of a determined and experienced law firm that is skilled in representing clients before the federal courts. As the rules and regulations in federal court differ than state courts, retaining a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney from Cates & Garvey Law Group, PLLC. is crucial to your defense.

Types of Federal Crimes

Federal offenses are among the most serious crimes that can be committed in the United States. Some of the many federal crimes a person can be charged with include certain sex crimes, possessing or distributing child pornography, certain fraud crimes, arson, certain white collar crimes, RICO violations, counterfeiting, tax evasion, kidnapping, terrorism and more. These types of crimes will have severe penalties, such as harsh fines, forfeiture of personal property, restitution to victims and prison time.

Fighting Your Charges

These crimes are normally investigated by federal law enforcement such as the FBI or the DEA, highly experienced and trained investigators who will aggressively pursue a conviction. It becomes vitally important to have a caliber of attorney who can defend you against this type of well documented case. Our firm is well versed in examining the case against you and analyzing every aspect of it to find effective defenses against your charges. Taking immediate action by retaining our firm can assist you in presenting the strong defense you will need when challenging the government’s case. Contact our office today to find out how we can help you.

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