Tucson Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers
Experienced Federal Criminal Lawyers Defending Individuals and Corporations Against White Collar Offenses Nationwide
Success is hard-earned. You worked tirelessly to build your business, make a positive impact on your community, and provide livelihoods for your employees and vendors. Your taxes contribute to the greater good. But now, the federal government threatens to undo everything youve built. The truth is, it wants to punish you for being more successful than others. At Spodek Law Group P.C., we believe this is unfair, which is why weve assembled a team of dedicated federal criminal defense attorneys specializing in white collar investigations and prosecutions. Contact us today to mount an effective defense.
If federal authorities are targeting you, its critical to understand why as soon as possible. Although you may think you know why youre facing a grand jury subpoena or under investigation, any mistake can jeopardize your legal rights. Engage a federal criminal defense attorney from our firm to assist you. Well work quickly to assess the nature and scope of the charges against you and develop a custom-tailored defense strategy to ensure optimum protection throughout the process.
Federal cases are highly complex, and there are significant disparities between state and federal court allegations. Our federal criminal defense attorneys focus exclusively on providing defense for federal cases, enabling us to remain up-to-date on the legalities affecting our clients. We keep tabs on initiatives from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and precedential court decisions, so we can address them when representing our clients.
What sets our practice apart is that many of our defense attorneys are former prosecutors and trial lawyers with the DOJ and the U.S. Attorneys Office. Our team brings decades of experience prosecuting criminal cases before joining private practice, giving us insights that enable us to anticipate prosecution strategies during investigations and trials. This ensures a proactive assertion of a clients defenses, mitigating their risk during trial sentencing.
Our federal criminal attorneys have handled thousands of investigations and trials during their lengthy careers. When you hire an attorney from Spodek Law Group, P.C., youll work exclusively with senior attorneys. Our lawyers collaborate to build your defense, and we will aggressively fight to protect you every step of the way.
Why choose Spodek Law Group, P.C.?
Prompt Intervention: We move quickly to intervene in the governments case because federal criminal cases can advance rapidly.
DOJ Experience: With more than 70 years of prior DOJ experience, our team of defense attorneys is well-versed in the investigators tactics and prosecutor’s strategies.
Potential Exposure Assessment: well quickly assess the allegations against you and the penalties at stake.
Custom-Tailored Defense Strategy: Once weve gathered enough information necessary for a defense strategy, well develop a custom-tailored plan that will utilize all statutory defenses, constitutional protections, safe harbors, and defenses available to help prevent the possibility of a conviction at trial.
Thoroughly Prepared at All Stages of Prosecution: We prepared clients before the investigation through trial, sentencing, and appeal using different strategic approaches on each stage.
Dont put your future at risk when facing federal charges for white collar crimes. Secure experienced legal representation today.
Cases Handled by Our Attorneys:
The extensive experience of our attorneys includes representing individuals and corporate clients accused of fraud, financial crimes, drug crimes, and other serious white-collar offenses. We represent business owners, directors, healthcare providers, public figures, politicians, and small businesses or multi-national corporations facing legal action. Federal criminal cases can involve various offenses under different statutes. Commonly, federal criminal lawyers handle bank fraud, healthcare fraud, insurance fraud, mail and wire fraud, mortgage fraud, securities fraud, intellectual property theft, money laundering, tax evasion, public corruption, bribery, theft of government property, drug crimes, attempt, conspiracy, and other offenses.
Potential Issues in Federal Criminal Cases:
Its essential to hire the Dallas federal criminal lawyers when encountering potential issues that could lead you to prosecution. Below are common issues arising during a criminal case at the federal level:
Illegally-Obtained Evidence: Federal agents and prosecutors have limitations when conducting investigations, and violation of constitutional rights can cause evidence obtained from such violations to be considered illegally-obtained.
Conspiracy Allegations: A prosecutor can use allegations under the federal conspiracy statute to prosecute subjects party to formal or informal agreements to commit crimes without executing an actual offense.
Attempt Allegations: Subjects of investigation face charges for an attempt in the absence of completed criminal offenses requiring a defense strategy that avoids relying on strategies that may expose defendants to attempted crimes.
Multiple Related and Unrelated Charges: Certain federal statutes target specific substantive offenses while others inflict severe penalties for related or unrelated offense acts.
Confidential Informant or Co-Conspirator Testimony: a prosecutor may obtain testimony from confidential informants or alleged co-conspirators who hold a vested interest against a defendant facing problems like difficult testimonies that require proper defense.
Sentencing Guidelines: While the Guidelines are not binding, prosecutors and judges often rely on them in determining penalties to seek and impose during trial sentencing.
Potential Penalties in Federal Criminal Cases:
A Federal criminal case can result in severe penalties including fines, government agency exclusions, and loss of registration or license. Clients convicted of such offenses may incur:
Federal Imprisonment: Defendant face a minimum of several years with a risk of prolonged prison sentences if charged with multiple counts of various crimes.
Probation: A guilty plea may result in probation rather than imprisonment.
Fines: Statutory fines vary for individual and corporate defendants
Restitution, Recoupments, and Other Financial Penalties: Defendants convicted of certain crimes may pay restitution, recoupments, and other financial penalties.
Other Statutory Penalties: Individuals or organizations charged with specific federal offenses may face other penalties such as Medicare and Medicaid exclusion, loss of eligibility for the DEA, or SEC registration.
Consult with our skilled Federal criminal lawyers to lessen your chances of facing a guilty plea.
Tucson Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers
If you’re accused of a crime, contact our Tucson Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers today for a risk free consultation. Our Tucson 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.