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Shreveport Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers

Experienced Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys Fighting for your Freedom

As a successful business owner, you have put years of hard work into building your business, contributing to your community, and improving the lives of your employees and customers. However, you are now being targeted by federal authorities who threaten to jeopardize everything you’ve accomplished. You may be feeling like the government wants to punish you for being more successful than others, but you shouldn’t feel alone during this time. The A-Team of White Collar Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys at Spodek Law Group, P.C. is dedicated to representing individuals and corporations in white collar investigations and prosecutions nationwide.

When facing an investigation or grand jury subpoena from the federal government, mistakes can be made that could jeopardize your legal rights. Our experienced Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys will quickly determine the nature and scope of the allegations against you to build and execute a custom-tailored defense strategy. We aim to protect all aspects of your life, including your business, finances, and freedom.

At Spodek Law Group, P.C., our federal criminal defense attorneys focus solely on federal defense cases to ensure we remain up-to-date with the legal issues affecting our clients. Being aware of constantly changing developments enables us to stay ahead and address any situation in our representation. With former prosecutors and trial lawyers on board, our team can anticipate prosecution strategies during investigations and trials, proactively asserting defenses to mitigate the risk of facing a conviction and sentencing.

Throughout their careers, our Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys have handled thousands of federal investigations and many federal trials. We believe that when you hire an attorney from Spodek Law Group, P.C., you should have the highest level of expertise on your side. So, we put forward only senior attorneys to represent you, working collaboratively to fight for the outcome possible.

Federal criminal cases can proceed quickly, so it’s essential to intervene in the government’s case promptly. That’s why our Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys work quickly to protect you once you engage our firm, using their extensive DOJ experience to provide the defense possible. We will assess your potential exposure, build and execute a custom-tailored defense strategy, and be prepared for all stages of prosecution, from investigation through trial, sentencing, and appeal.

Our experienced federal criminal defense cases consist of representing both individuals and corporate clients accused of fraud, financial crimes, drug crimes, and other white-collar violations. Our clients include business owners and executives, board members, healthcare providers and other licensed professionals, politicians, public figures, and companies ranging in size from small businesses to multinational corporations, and we handle cases involving all federal agencies and task forces.

As federal criminal cases can involve various allegations under different statutes, below are some of the most common charges that our Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys handle:

| Bank Fraud | Healthcare Fraud |
| — | — |
| |Insurance Fraud |
|Mail Fraud and Wire Fraud | Mortgage Fraud |
| Securities Fraud | Intellectual Property Theft |
|Money Laundering | Tax Evasion |
| Public Corruption and Bribery | Theft of Government Property |
|Drug Crimes |Attempt |
| Conspiracy |

Federal criminal cases can raise many issues, so you need an experienced Dallas Federal Criminal Lawyer to handle them. Ignoring relevant issues could lead to mistakes that may result in dire consequences such as incarceration and hefty fines. Below are some of the potential issues you might face during a federal criminal case:

1. Illegally-Obtained Evidence

During investigations, federal agents and prosecutors do not have jurisdiction without limits. Their actions are limited by the protections afforded in the U.S. Constitution, and any evidence obtained by violating suspects’ or defendants’ constitutional rights may be deemed illegally-obtained. Unfortunately, many people who lack experienced defense attorneys are convicted on evidence that should have been deemed inadmissible in court.

2. Conspiracy Allegations

Under the Federal conspiracy statute, 18 U.S.C. § 371, it is not necessary to commit a substantive offense to face substantial fines and imprisonment. Various other Federal statutes also contain conspiracy provisions, and due to their broadness, prosecutors have more power during investigations and prosecutions. They can argue that you were party to an agreement (formal or informal) to commit a crime and that any of your co-conspirators executed an “overt act” toward the commission of a federal crime. This could warrant prosecution on a federal level.

3. Attempt Allegations

Federal law allows prosecutors to charge for attempt in the absence of evidence of a completed criminal offense. Often, the penalties for attempt match those for the allegedly-attempted offense itself. Due to potential attempt accusations, individuals and organizations being targeted for Federal prosecution must be extremely careful to avoid relying on defense strategies that could expose them to prosecution for an “unsuccessful” crime.

4. Multiple Related and Unrelated Charges

In federal cases, it is not unusual for defendants to face multiple charges for both related and unrelated crimes. Some of the most common accusations are mail fraud, wire fraud, and money laundering, which can encompass almost any criminal conduct. In a healthcare fraud case, providers will often face allegations of multiple healthcare-related offenses; and in securities fraud cases, companies will often face charges for multiple corporate crimes, drawing attention to various other alleged “criminal enterprises” that could trigger multiple Federal accusations.

5. Confidential Informant or “Co-Conspirator” Testimony

A risk in Federal criminal cases is the risk of a Federal prosecutor obtaining testimony from a confidential informant or an alleged co-conspirator. If somebody else with an interest in the outcome of your case testifies against you, you will need to find ways to overcome this testimony as part of your defense.

6. Sentencing Guidelines

Most Federal criminal case penalties are outlined in the Federal Sentencing Guidelines (the Guidelines). Though the guidelines are not binding, prosecutors and judges will often rely on them in determining what penalties to seek and impose if a conviction is gained at trial. However, it will often be possible to obtain a below-guideline plea deal or sentence, and Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys at Spodek Law Group, P.C. have significant experience protecting clients against the penalties prescribed by the Federal Sentencing Guidelines.

Federal criminal cases have severe punishments, so you need the defense attorney to support you. A conviction could mean federal imprisonment for multiple years, probation with significant restrictions or limitations, fines that can bankrupt individuals and businesses, and restitution, recoupments or other financial penalties. With Spodek Law Group, P.C.’s Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys, we will fight for your freedom, defend your legal rights while protecting your reputation and finances. Contact a Federal defense lawyer from our firm today, and we’ll build the perfect strategy for your case!

Shreveport Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers

If you’re accused of a crime, contact our Shreveport Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers today for a risk free consultation. Our Shreveport Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers have over 50 years of combined experience, and can work nationwide on your case. We understand how to tackle difficult situations.


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