Federal Crimes Defense in Miami, Broward and Hialeah
MIAMI FEDERAL CRIMES ATTORNEYA crime can be charged in Federal Court when an individual’s activities violate the United State code, federal legislation, involves interstate commerce (is committed over two State lines), or the crime is committed in International waters of which the United States avails itself of jurisdiction.
While many federal crimes can be charged in state court, the crimes often time have different potential penalties. These penalties will vary on a case-by-case basis, but will always involve the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. These guidelines will look at the charged offense, the details of the offense, as well as the criminal history of the defendant.
Another significant difference in a federal case is that unlike state court, federal government agencies with unlimited resources will be involved in the prosecution.
Our firm regularly defends federal cases in the United States District Courts including but not limited to:• Alien Smuggling
• Bank Fraud
• Credit Card Fraud
• Drug Crimes and Narcotics
• Illegal Reentry
• Internet Crimes
• Mail Fraud
• Medicare Fraud
• Mortgage Fraud
• Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon
• Tax Fraud
• Wire Fraud
Defense and support in Federal CasesIt is critical for someone who is under investigation for a federal crime to seek counsel as early as possible in the process. The Federal Government takes considerable care and time in preparing its case prior to filing charges and it is in your best interest to involve a knowledgeable lawyer early on in the process to intercede on your behalf with the Government before you are arrested. In some cases we may be able to negotiate a resolution before an arrest or provide the evidence necessary for the Government to forego filing charges at all.
If you have been charged with a Federal Crime in Florida, it is important to seek a Federal Criminal Defense Attorney immediately. Contact Miami Criminal Defense Attorney Adam K. Goodman to learn about your options during a free consultation. As a Hialeah Criminal Defense Attorney, Adam K. Goodman will aggressively fight for you and defend your constitutional rights. Adam K. Goodman maintains the ideal that relationships matter, which has earned him respect amongst prosecutors and judiciary. This leads to results for you, the client.
As a former Miami prosecutor and Chief of Litigation, Adam K. Goodman has the experience and knowledge to defend your case. Contact The Law Office of Adam K. Goodman at (305) 482-3265 or (954) 695-5126 today for all of your Broward County, Palm Beach, Monroe, or Miami Criminal Defense needs.