How Do You Know If You've Been Charged With a Federal Crime?
If you are investigated for involvement in a federal crime, you will likely know. Agents will likely have questioned you or loved ones, possibly have searched your home or business, or even sent a target letter explicitly stating that you are the target of an investigation. Just because you are investigated, however, does not mean you have actually been charged with a federal criminal offense.
There are a number of ways you could find out you have been charged with a federal crime. However you find out, the most important thing to remember is that you should contact an experienced federal criminal attorney as soon as possible. The federal defense team at Grabel & Associates is ready to do whatever it takes to protect your rights and defend your freedom. Along with founding attorney Scott Grabel’s renowned state law practice, our licensed federal attorneys have sought to deliver exceptional representation to clients statewide, building a reputation as a leading firm for misdemeanor and felony charges. We know what it takes to win and are ready right now to start protecting you or your loved one. As soon as you are charged with a federal offense or if you have been investigated in connection with a crime, contact our trial team. Call 1-800-342-7896 or contact us online and let our team provide you with a free initial case consultation.
How To Find Out If You Have Been Charged With a Federal Crime
If you have been charged with a federal crime, it is in your best interests to know right away, so that you can begin to fight back with an experienced attorney on your side. In some cases, it may be very obvious that you have been charged with a federal offense. You may be arrested and held, or you (or your lawyer) could be told, usually through a letter, that you are being charged with an offense.
Sometimes, it isn’t precisely clear whether or not you have been charged with a criminal offense. Agents may show up at your house and question you. At this point, you may merely be a suspect, or could even just be questioned in connection with the investigation of another person. Agents may also come with a warrant, and search your home. While a search warrant likely demonstrates you are a suspect, and that a case against you is being built, it usually comes before formal charges. If you are searched or questioned, however, you should act fast to get in touch with a lawyer, who will then be able to keep track of the charges you might be up against.
No matter the specifics of your case, working with a lawyer will allow you to determine when you are up against charges, and what charges you are facing. Call our team now for a free initial case consultation and find out more about how our team can help you.
What to Do If You Are Charged With a Federal Crime
If you have been charged with a criminal offense, or even if you have been investigated for a criminal offense, you need to contact an experienced defense attorney right away. A lawyer can help protect you throughout investigation, and can advise you on what charges you are facing and what you need to do to fight back.
Our team is available 24/7 so that you don’t have to wait to begin fighting for your freedom. Get in touch with us by phone or online and let our firm start walking you through the steps you should be taking following federal charges.
When federal agents and the U.S. attorney’s office are involved in a case, it is even more crucial to have an experienced attorney on your side. The Grabel & Associates’ team knows what it takes to protect clients accused of federal offenses, and our team is ready to do whatever it takes to get you the results you deserve in your case. With so much potentially at stake, don’t wait to begin working with a qualified attorney. Call now and let us start walking you through your case.
Contact Grabel & Associates for 24/7 Federal Defense
To speak with a member of our federal team, call 1-800-342-7896 now, or contact our firm online. We are available immediately to begin working with you or your loved one during any stage of a federal criminal case.