It is no secret that people who face criminal charges in federal court face an uphill battle. For some people, the effects of charges that are placed against them in federal court follow them around for life. Think about the effects of a felony conviction. Felons lose some of their rights, such as the right to bear arms and the right to vote. Of course, those consequences aren’t absolute.
A former Illinois governor, George Ryan, has said that ex-convicts shouldn’t be labeled as felons. While that sounds like a good idea to people who are currently facing felony charges, the idea hasn’t caught on yet. People who are convicted of felony charges are labeled as felons for life. The one way to avoid that is to be found innocent of felony charges or to have the charges dropped.
We know that you might not know where to start when you are facing federal felony charges. We can help you to explore your options. When you are dealing with a federal case, you shouldn’t think that the same defenses that work in state court will work in federal court. Oftentimes, it is more difficult to mount a defense in federal court. We can help you to learn what options you have that might be suitable for federal cases.
Whether you are facing charges for fraud, tax violations, conspiracy or drug charges, we can help to ensure your rights are protected as your case moves through the criminal justice process. We can offer a tough defense that fights to keep your freedom intact.