Dealing with a Federal Indictment?
Texas federal criminal defense attorney Amber Spurlock is a former federal prosecutor who knows the ins and outs of federal criminal case litigation courtesy of her over 5 years of law practice for the United States’ Attorneys Office.
This, coupled with the sheer aptitude of the Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates as a whole with regard to criminal defense litigation, you’re in the right hands if you’re looking to learn more about your legal options when facing federal prosecution, and secure legal representation from a law firm who will put up a fight in your defense against the, often unfounded, prosecutorial aggression of the United States of America.
Understanding Federal Criminal Cases
If you were wondering if state and federal cases are different or not, the answer is yes.
Federal law enforcement officers of the FBI, DEA, IRS, DHS, ATF, BLM, EPA, and other federal law enforcement agencies, generally have more training, experience, and resources than their counterparts working at the state level. The same is true of federal prosecutors.
Seek Immediate Legal Representation
If you’re in a situation where you think you may be indicted by the federal government, chances are you’ve already been investigated, or are currently being investigated, and probably investigated in a fashion that is at odds with your rights as guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States.
Full Service Federal Defense
Contact the Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates if you’ve been charged, or think you might be charged, for any federal offense, including matters outlined in the lists below.
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- Mail Fraud
- Bank Fraud
- Federal Money Laundering Cases
- Corruption Defense
- Conspiracy Cases
- Federal Child Pornography Crimes
- Federal Drug Conspiracy Cases
- Mortgage Fraud
- Sex & Human Trafficking Defense
- Crimes against the Environment
- RICO Act Violations
- Robbery of a Bank or Financial Institution
Federal cases require one main resource for the defense lawyer to be successful when possible; time.
The faster we’re allowed to begin taking affirmative actions on your behalf with regard to your case, the better.
We will need your full cooperation to be successful with your case, and you can rest assured that you’ll have our dedication and highest professional ability, which is far beyond the majority of our colleagues, in your corner.