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What To Do First If a Loved One Is Arrested by Federal Agents

If someone you love has been arrested by federal agents, you may feel fearful or even hopeless. It’s important to remember this traumatic experience is only the beginning of your fight for justice. The team at Grabel & Associates is willing to step in and work to clear the name of your loved one and get them out of jail. Contacting us is the first step you should take to develop a winning defense strategy, putting you one step closer to protecting the future of the one you love. A member of our talented team is available by telephone or via our online contact form 24/7 to help you sort through the initial stages of your loved one’s federal criminal case.

What Happens After Someone You Love is Arrested

After federal agents have detained your loved one, he or she will appear before the judge for an initial hearing. During the hearing, they will learn what charges they’re facing and some of the particular rights they have. Your loved one may be held in jail until trial, or they may be released under certain conditions, depending on the specific details of the case. An attorney can fight for a release, giving you time to comfort your loved one during this hectic time. Call Grabel & Associates to learn more about what you can do in the initial stages of your loved one’s case.

What to Do After a Loved One is Arrested

The first thing you should do after your loved one has been arrested is secure the services of a quality defense attorney immediately following an arrest. Finding a lawyer that cares about your loved one’s future and who is equipped to defend them in their federal criminal case is crucial, and may make the different between freedom and a guilty verdict. The team at Grabel & Associates has over 15 years of experience defending Michigan’s wrongfully accused and is ready to step in to aggressively fight for your loved one throughout every stage of their federal criminal case.

Next, attempt to find out the time and location of their initial hearing so you can be there to support them. If the federal agents gave you any information, you should be able to research the name of the court online and find out everything you need to know. You can also call the courthouse to see if they have any information on the time and date of your loved one’s hearing.

After securing a seasoned defense attorney, and finding out where the hearing is, you should go to the hearing and check in with the office beforehand. They may have questions about your loved one that could affect the case. Once the hearing is over, hopefully you’ll get to leave the courtroom together. If not, find out where your loved one is being held and inquire about visiting hours. Your attorney will help you work through the process and start preparing a winning defense strategy for trial.

Working with Us

The attorneys at Grabel & Associates know what it takes to win in federal criminal cases and will do everything possible to ensure your loved one receives the best available outcome. We understand that you may be scared and confused, and will carefully explain every step of the process to help alleviate any unnecessary worry. When you obtain the services of Grabel & Associates, you can rest assured that your loved one’s future is in good hands. We are dedicated to aggressively defending our clients’ legal rights in and out of court, and have the necessary training and experience to yield impressive results. Don’t hesitate to contact Michigan’s premier defense firm and secure our services in your loved one’s federal criminal case.

Contact Grabel & Associates for Federal Criminal Defense

Call 1-800-342-7896 to speak with a member of our team who will provide you with a free initial case consultation. We are available 24/7 by telephone or via our online contact form to advise you of the next steps in your federal criminal case. If you want a renowned defense firm fighting on behalf of your loved one, don’t wait to get in touch with us. Call now to learn more about what the team at Grabel & Associates can do for you.


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