Federal and White Collar Crime

Federal Crimes Attorney in Florida

US Attorneys have the resources of the federal government behind them, and they are looking not only for lengthy prison sentences but monetary recoveries. Federal criminal investigators must be treated with the utmost seriousness.

Examples of offenses that can be charged as federal crimes include:

  • White-collar crimes such as embezzlement, financial fraud, bank fraud, and mail fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Tax fraud
  • Environmental Crimes
  • Civil rights violations
  • Computer Crimes

If you receive a target letter from the U.S. Justice Department, the IRS, the FBI, or the DEA saying that you are under investigation for a federal crime, you should not talk to government investigators until you have talked to a lawyer.

There are many things an experienced attorney can do for you in the early stages of a federal criminal investigation. The key word is “early”.

As soon as you call and engage us, we will begin an investigation to find out the strengths and weaknesses of the government’s case. Our lawyers regularly work with and engage private investigators including a former FBI and SBI agents with many years of experience. We use experts in fields such as accounting, finance, tax, and other technical areas to prove your case and to counteract the state’s evidence. There are two sides to every story, and we will make sure that your story is heard.

An attorney can sometimes prevent you from being indicted, or at least limit the scope of what you are indicted for. In some cases, the person who is under investigation may need to cooperate with the federal government to help themselves. Companies and individuals may get immunity if they get in early enough and the government feels they are helping.

Contact a federal crimes attorney in Florida. Off-site/evening and weekend appointments available.