Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers

Throughout the United States, since 1981, we have defended every major type of federal crime.

The firm is not a criminal law firm. It is a federal criminal law firm. We do not handle state criminal cases like rape, robbery, burglary, DUI or murder cases. We only defend against charges brought by the United States government. Some have suggested the baseball analogy that the state criminal cases are to the minor leagues, that federal criminal cases are to the major leagues. We play only in the major leagues.

Our firm personally defends individuals charged with federal crimes – Nationwide. Typical cases include drug trafficking, public corruption, mail fraud, mortgage fraud, bank fraud, money laundering, and conspiracy to commit those crimes.

We have personally defended major federal criminal cases in more than 100 cities across the United States, and almost 50 states and territories.

Members of the firm personally fight and negotiate with federal authorities on a daily basis. We do not refer our cases to other attorneys.

We have defended thousands of federal white-collar counts and thousands of federal drug trafficking counts.

Some of the firm’s more prominent federal criminal defense cases have included: defending the President of a major financial institution against financial fraud charges involving mail fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, conspiracy to commit those acts, and obstruction of justice which involved lying to an FBI agent; representing a highly ranked US military officer accused of bribery involving a defense contractor; defending a major drug cartel member charged with importing well in excess of 100 kilograms of cocaine powder into the United States; representing a person implicated in a money laundering case involving more than US $100 million; defending a person accused of selling “super computers” used in nuclear weapons facilities to a prohibited country; representing a person accused of stealing and attempting to sell a national treasure (moon rocks); defending a person accused of selling oil field equipment to a prohibited country; and representing a high-interest national intelligence asset in the post 9-11 environment. More.

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