Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer
Federal crimes are those committed in which federal laws, those that apply across the U.S. and are established by the U.S. government; govern a criminal case rather than state laws. While many lawyers may be capable of handling state crime cases, it is important to have an attorney on your side who has experience handling complex federal criminal cases.
When facing federal crimes, it is important to have an attorney on your side who understands the inner workings of federal court proceedings. At the office of Max A. Keller, Attorney at Law, we have years of experience handling a wide range of federal criminal cases. Attorney Max Keller is an aggressive advocate for his clients’ rights and helps clients understand their options when seeking a resolution to a federal matter. Contact us today to discuss any concerns about federal charges.
Types of Federal Criminal Cases
Many federal cases are also white-collar crimes and generally refer to crimes involving business professionals or other individuals who allegedly used deception for financial gain. In most cases, white-collar crime charges are handled in federal courts rather than state courts. However, not all federal criminal cases are white collar, but need to be handled just as effectively by skilled counsel. Our firm handles all types of federal cases, such as:
- Internet pornography
- Child pornography
- Drug trafficking and other drug charges
- Tax fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Internet fraud
- Wire fraud
- Identity theft
- Securities and healthcare fraud
- Counterfeiting, forgery and currency violations
- Bribery, extortion and blackmail
- Credit card fraud
Consequences Upon Conviction
Individuals arrested or under investigation for federal offenses often face an aggressive prosecution and harsh sentences if convicted. If you are convicted, you may be sentenced to prison time in a federal correctional institution. Many individuals are often sentenced to paying fines or restitution, if stolen or fraudulently obtained funds are at the center of the case. In addition, you will now have a permanent criminal record that may affect your future ability to obtain employment, secure a residence and other impacts.
Contact a Minnesota Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer
If you are facing federal criminal charges and have questions about your rights or options, contact us online or call us at (952) 913-1421. We accept credit cards, offer free initial consultations and have convenient west and east metro locations.
We are available 24 hours a day to current and prospective clients. Get in touch with us today to get experienced criminal defense attorney Max Keller on your side.