If you are facing a federal criminal allegation, it is likely that you have a lot of questions. You will want to know what charges you are up against, who is investigating you, what tactics they will use, and what you can do to fight back, along with what penalties you are facing, and how your case will proceed. Our experienced federal defense attorneys understand federal crimes and the strategies that work in both felony and misdemeanor cases. We know how to win because we have direct experience working in tough criminal cases, and we have helped numerous clients statewide achieve incredibly impressive results. Whether you are facing charges involving conspiracy, fraud, drugs, sex, or any other illegal activity, our attorneys are ready to begin protecting you right now. Call our toll free hotline or contact us online to learn more.
The Grabel & Associates team is recognized statewide for our ability to get clients exceptional case outcomes, keeping their best interests at the forefront throughout every stage of a criminal battle. Under the direction of trial attorney Scott Grabel, our Michigan team has gained a reputation as a leader for state criminal defense, and our licensed federal attorneys are similarly recognized for their ability to get clients the results they deserve in federal cases. As soon as you get in touch with us, a member of our team will help you determine what kind of charges you are facing, and how to best fight back against investigators and the prosecution.
If you need answers to your questions now, it is best to contact our team, however, we have outlined a few answers to FAQs below. Call or contact our team as soon as possible if you want to know more about our proven strategies, or if you want answers concerning your specific case. We will provide you with a free initial case analysis, and make sure you are taking the right steps to defend your freedom. Why wait with potential jail time and fines at stake? Our attorneys are available 24/7 for clients statewide.
A federal crime is a criminal offense that violates a federal law, rather than a state law. A crime can violate both state and federal laws, and as a result you could be facing simultaneous investigations at each level. Federal crimes, however, are investigated by federal agencies, such as the FBI or DEA. Additionally, in order to protect you in a federal case, your defense attorney must be licensed to practice in a federal court.
Like a state investigation, it is likely that you will be questioned or searched, or that others around you will be questioned concerning your case. The main difference is that a federal investigation is conducted by federal agents, instead of police. You may also receive a target letter from a U.S. attorney informing you that you are the subject of an investigation.
No matter what the reason, if you suspect that you are under investigation for a criminal offense, you should contact an experienced defense attorney right away. Our lawyers are always available to begin working with you or your loved one.
The penalties for federal crimes are similar to those for state offenses, and are governed by federal sentencing guidelines. Contact an attorney to find out what penalties you could face for the specific offense you have been accused of.
If you want to protect your rights and fight for your freedom, the most important thing you need to do is get in touch with a defense lawyer right away. The defense strategy that works in your case will depend greatly on the specifics of your situation, so you should always consult an attorney before taking any action.
At Grabel & Associates, we know how serious federal allegations are, and are willing to put in the work needed to protect you from the serious harm that a conviction could cause. If you are faced with an investigation or charge, let our lawyers advise you on what your rights are and how to use those rights to your advantage. Our lawyers are always available so that you can begin fighting back now.
Call our team at 1-800-342-7896 or contact us online for answers to any other questions you may have about your case and our federal defense services. We are available 24/7 for clients.