North Carolina Federal Criminal Lawyers
North Carolina Federal Criminal Lawyers
NORTH CAROLINA FEDERAL CRIMINAL DEFENSE
DEFENDING CLIENTS IN FEDERAL COURT
When you are charged with a federal offense, small or large, the stakes are high. A federal offense can result in much more harsher penalties that you could face in state court. You can be charged with a federal offense and investigated by the FBI, DEA, ICE, IRS, or any number of other Federal agencies including the Park Police if you are charged with a crime on federal property. Federal crime is an activity that has been criminalized by the US Congress. The North Carolina federal criminal attorneys in our firm who help defend you from federal charges in North Carolina know and understand the level of commitment necessary to represent you. The North Carolina federal criminal attorneys know how serious the penalties can be for a person charged with a federal crime.
If you have been charged with a federal crime in North Carolina, call us immediately so that our North Carolina federal criminal lawyers can advise you as to the best course of action to take. Federal Courts tend to move cases along a lot faster than most state courts do. You can contact our North Carolina federal criminal attorneys either via email or by phone. Because of the serious nature of federal offenses and the anxiety caused by being charged with a federal offense, we make sure you can contact us by phone or email.
Currently, we have North Carolina federal defense attorneys and client meeting location throughout the state of North Carolina.
The North Carolina federal criminal attorneys in our firm who assist clients charged with federal offenses understand the seriousness of being charged with a federal crime and have the experience to defend you against a federal criminal charge. Our North Carolina federal criminal attorneys regularly defend clients charged with the following types of cases in federal court:
- North Carolina Federal Traffic Offenses – DUI, Reckless Driving, Driving on Suspended License
- North Carolina Federal Sex Offenses – Child Pornography, Internet Sex Crimes
- North Carolina Federal Drug Crimes – Possession with Intent to Distribute, Conspiracy
- North Carolina Federal Gang Crimes Defense
- North Carolina Federal Firearm offenses
- North Carolina Federal White Collar Crimes – Wire Fraud, Bank Fraud, Credit Card Fraud
We help you understand your legal exposure, whether you have been the target of an FBI investigation or charged by a criminal indictment. Some things all clients who are charged with a federal offense in North Carolina must be aware of when hiring a lawyer are the following:
- A lawyer who is familiar with the federal rules of evidence, federal rules of criminal procedure, trial procedure, and the federal court system in general.
- A lawyer should also be familiar with federal sentencing procedures, and with the recent Supreme Court rulings which affect sentencing.
- A federal defense lawyer who is familiar with the U.S. Attorney’s office which is handling the case.
Why hire a SRIS Law Group North Carolina Federal Criminal Lawyer?
It is highly recommended that any person hiring a lawyer to assist with North Carolina federal criminal charges or grand jury proceedings retain a lawyer who has significant experience with the federal system. Federal criminal defense tends to involve cases which are more difficult to defend, and the cost of defense is often very high. The North Carolina federal criminal attorneys in our firm who handle federal criminal cases can help you assess the nature and purpose of the investigation, and why you are being approached. When appropriate, one of our North Carolina federal criminal defense lawyers can be present during any questioning, act as an intermediary between you and the investigating authorities, or advise you to exercise your Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination. If appropriate, we may be able to work out a deal where you will cooperate with the investigation, in return for more favorable treatment when the investigation is concluded. In appropriate cases, your North Carolina federal criminal lawyer may also be able to secure a letter of declination, in which the U.S. attorney formally declines to prosecute you in relation to a particular offense or investigation also known as a Queen’s letter. There is no such thing as a highly qualified federal criminal defense lawyer who dabbles in federal court matters. If you are involved in the federal criminal system, make sure your lawyer, or at least one of the lawyers who will be serving on your defense team, has extensive experience with the defense of federal criminal charges. As previously noted, federal criminal defense tends to be very expensive. You will be paying for experience – so make sure you get it.
Our federal criminal defense attorneys and staff in North Carolina speak the following languages in addition to English: Spanish, French, Arabic, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Cantonese, Mandarin & Malaysian.