Tallahassee Federal Crime Information
Being charged with a federal criminal offense puts you in line for more severe penalties and a much tougher defense position. Federal investigators and prosecutors are some of the most tenacious of their peers and will work vigorously against you, with all of the backing and resources of the federal government. You will need an equally tough and dedicated defense attorney. At Jansen and Davis, P.A., we have defended countless individuals in federal cases. A Tallahassee federal crime attorney at the firm has an in-depth knowledge of the federal court system, procedures, and laws and will work tirelessly on your behalf to ensure that your rights are protected and that you have the best possible chance of a favorable outcome in any federal criminal case.
Areas of Practice: Federal Crimes
Below are listed the practice areas that the firm engages in. Click on any of the links to find out more about that particular topic.
Antitrust violations concern laws that govern competition in the marketplace. These are considered to be white collar crimes as they generally involve persons in business and corporate environments. They are generally charged as felonies punishable by prison sentences and heavy fines. Read more about antitrust violations.
Bank fraud involves defrauding a financial institution of money, assets, or property through deceit or misrepresentation. This federal crime is charged as a felony and can result in up to thirty years in prison as well as extremely heavy fines. Click here to find out more about bank fraud.
Bankruptcy fraud charges are based on false or hidden information concerning a petition for bankruptcy protection. Those who try to hide assets or present inaccurate information to the bankruptcy court intending to illegally claim bankruptcy can be charged with this serious offense. Read more about bankruptcy fraud.
Using force or threatened force to steal funds from a federally-funded financial institution can result in being charged with the felony of bank robbery. When weapons are involved, it is considered a violent crime and is taken very seriously by the courts. Having a Tallahassee federal criminal defense attorney in your corner as early as possible is imperative. Click here to read more about bank robbery.
Child pornography is one of the most serious federal crimes you can face, resulting in the loss of your reputation and potential sex offender registration. These crimes are judged harshly by federal courts and are punishable by prison sentences and heavy fines. For further information, click here: child pornography.
Acting in league with another individual with the intent to commit a crime can result in conspiracy charges. You can be charged with this federal offense even if you fail to actually follow through with an intended crime. Conspiracy charges can be connected with drug crimes, bank robbery, and other federal offenses. Read more about conspiracy here.
Counterfeiting involves producing fake copies of currency, coins, bonds, notes, documents, seals, passes, permits, and other material. When faced with charges of counterfeiting, it is important that you act quickly in securing the legal services of Tallahassee federal crime lawyer. For more information, click here: counterfeiting.
Federal drug violations involve the sale, distribution, manufacture, importation, transportation, and trafficking of illegal drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, LSD, methamphetamines, and other controlled substances. These crimes are investigated by the DEA and can result in harsh penalties. Read more about drug violations.
Federal Property Crimes
When any type of criminal offense is committed on federal property, it is considered to be a federal property crime. Even minor crimes, such as trespassing or vandalism, may be charged as a federal crime when occurring on a federal building or land. Click the following link to read more about federal property crimes.
A gun offense can involve any type of criminal action where a firearm is used. The use of guns is governed by strict federal laws which prohibit the use of guns by convicted felons, fugitives, and illegal aliens or in the use of crimes such as robbery and drug violations. Read more about gun offenses.
Identity theft is a serious federal crime where the personal information of an individual is used by another to steal money, property, or assets without their knowledge or permission. Because of the growing number of identity theft cases, federal prosecutors seek harsh punishments for those accused of this crime. More information can be found here: identity theft.
Immigration Law Violations
Violating federal immigration laws can lead to removal from the United States and other penalties. These crimes include attempting to enter the country illegally, assisting others in illegal entry, falsifying documents, harboring illegal aliens, alien smuggling, and more. Click here to read more about immigration law violations.
This federal crime involves using the U.S. Postal system to commit fraud or some other type of criminal offense. Mail fraud may be investigated by the U.S. Postal Inspector and other federal agencies, with potential penalties of up to $250,000 and prison terms. Read more about mail fraud.
Growing, cultivating, and using marijuana for medical purposes can result in federal criminal charges. That is why you will need an experienced and aggressive Tallahassee federal crime attorney from our firm if you are facing such a situation. We have a comprehensive understanding of federal marijuana laws. If you would like to read more, click medical marijuana.
Money laundering involves hiding illegal sources of income. This federal crime may be committed by individuals or organized crime organizations to disguise the proceeds of illegal operations. It is essential in cases of federal money laundering investigations or charges to retain legal representation from a Tallahassee federal crime lawyer at our firm who can defend you. Click here to read more about money laundering.
Wire fraud involves the use of interstate wire communication, such as telephones, internet, radio, and television, to commit a crime that defrauds others of funds, assets, or property. Fraud generally involves deception and misrepresentation. In these cases, fraud is committed across state lines. Read more about wire fraud.
If you have been charged with a federal crime, you may be confused about the federal criminal process and what to expect at each stage of your case. Understanding the process and having the skilled legal assistance of a Tallahassee federal crime attorney can ease some of the anxiety you may be facing. Read more about the criminal process.
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