Being accused, investigated or arrested for federal offense is one of the most troubling experiences a person can have. When accused of a federal crime, it is important that you contact an attorney experienced in Federal Court to represent you against the Government’s accusations. The attorneys at The Rickman Law Firm represent clients charged with a wide array of federal offenses.
If you have been arrested, received a letter indicating that you are the target of a Federal investigation, been contacted by a federal agent, received a Grand Jury subpoena, or have already been sentenced in Federal Court contact the attorneys at The Rickman Law Firm for a free consultation. If the Government has decided to indict you or charge you with a Federal Crime, or you have been arrested for a federal crime you need to hire an attorney that is knowledgeable of the law, has experience in Federal Court, and is able to try your case before a jury to defend you against the Governments accusations.
The majority of Federal investigations are done in secret utilizing the vast resources of the Federal Government. As such the Government may have already built a case against your before you are ever aware that you were under investigation. A person may find out that they are being investigated when they are met by a federal agent requesting that they answer questions, or are blindsided by multiple agents executing a warrant. If you are confronted by a Federal Agent or investigator, it is important that you talk to an experienced attorney before making any statements. Remember you have the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney before taking to any Federal Agents. Our attorneys represent clients in all stages of Federal Cases and will advise you on your rights and analyze your case prior to you making a statement if you choose to do so.
A Federal crime is one that violates the laws of the Unites States in violation of the US Code, or that is committed on federal property. Federal Crimes include drug conspiracies, multiple types of fraud, white collar crimes, firearm offenses, obstruction of justice, child pornography, tax related offenses, conspiracy, RICO, crimes against federal employees, and other crimes that the United States assumes jurisdiction over. If you have been accused of any of these crimes do not delay and contact our law firm for a free consolation.