What to do "When The Feds Come Knocking"?
Federal law enforcement is known for its tenacity. Yes, the case agents and prosecutors occasionally make mistakes, but on the whole, they investigate thoroughly and prosecute with skill and determination. They are representing the interests of the USA, and once they decide to prosecute, they don’t like to lose. Federal sentencing guidelines are comprehensive, and the sentences judge hand down are frequently stiff.
But all is not lost. Your number one goal should be to achieve the best possible result for your given circumstances, and the only way to accomplish that is to hire the best criminal defense attorney you can. Many seemingly hopeless cases can be successfully resolved before trial. Others cases can be won at trial or handled in a way that produces a more lenient sentence.
An experienced criminal defense attorney representing your interests and leading you through the federal criminal justice system is the most valuable asset you can have.
Your criminal defense attorney is your key source of information and guidance and is your mouthpiece to make sure your side of the story is clearly presented.
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It may be helpful to keep this in mind, too: Just because you’ve been charged with a federal crime does not mean you’re guilty. You may have been falsely accused; setup by someone you thought you could trust; or mistaken for someone else. Perhaps you were at the wrong place at the wrong time, or maybe you made an innocent mistake…and the list goes on.
Making good decisions each step of the way is critical to achieving the best possible outcome. That’s why I wrote my book – to assist you in familiarizing yourself with the concepts of federal court, the key players, the process, the terminology, your rights, the procedures that are set in place. Following the advice I offer in my book may make the difference between spending time with your loved ones on your terms, or only seeing them on the government’s terms.
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