Stuart Federal Crime Attorney
Providing the Powerhouse Defense You Need and Deserve
Arrested for a federal crime? Know that the federal government will stop at nothing to convict you.
Remember, it has an unlimited amount of legal resources at its disposal and has access to the nation’s most powerful prosecutors and trusted experts. The federal government will exhaust these resources to prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law and ensure you are kept off the streets for as long as possible. As a result, the consequences of a federal criminal conviction can do some serious damage to your life.
While fighting your federal criminal charges can seem like a daunting and intimidating task, it doesn’t have to be. With an experienced and knowledgeable attorney on your side, you can feel confident knowing that your case is in the hands of a trusted advocate. As such, we encourage you to retain our Stuart federal crime lawyer at ADL Law, P.A. to defend your freedom and fight for a favorable outcome on your behalf. When you do, you will receive one-on-one guidance, strategic counsel, and tireless advocacy every step of the way.
To get started, schedule your consultation online or at (772) 210-9097!
Federal Crimes vs. Florida State Crimes
Many people wonder what the difference is between federal crimes and state crimes. In short, federal crimes involve federal agencies, federal courts, and federal prosecutors. These federal law enforcement agencies include, but are not limited to:
- Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
- Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
- Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
- Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
- US Postal Inspection Service (USPIS)
- Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF)
But what makes an offense a federal crime to begin with? A federal crime encompasses one or more of the following elements:
- Violates federal law
- Occurs on federal property or involves federal officers
- Crosses state lines
- Involves individuals from multiple states
- Violates customs and immigration violations
- Threatens national security
On the other hand, state crimes are charged under state law and involve state law enforcement agencies. As such, local prosecutors, police departments, and judges handle state crimes involving local residents. For clarity, common state crimes include:
- Domestic violence
- Assault and battery
- Rape and sexual assault
- Drug crimes
Further, federal crimes typically carry harsher punishments than state crimes.
What are the Most Common Types of Federal Crimes?
Federal agencies investigate a vast range of crimes, although, there are a handful of offenses that frequently receive attention. Federal officials lookout for these common federal crimes but will investigate any and all red flags they come across. Whether your alleged crime is common or not, however, you can trust our attorney to defend you no matter what you’re up against. Many federal offenses impose mandatory minimum sentences and unimaginable fines upon conviction, which is why you must choose a lawyer who is experienced in federal court and is deeply familiar with the federal criminal justice process.
To give you a better understanding of common federal crimes, see below:
- Counterfeiting and forgery
- Racketeering (RICO)
- Child pornography
- Drug crimes
- Sex crimes
- Firearms and weapons crimes
Restoring Peace of Mind for the Accused
While a good outcome is not guaranteed in your case, we can guarantee that your case will receive unwavering dedication from our Stuart federal crime attorney at all stages of the process. As a former police officer, Attorney Adam Less knows how the other side operates and can leverage his knowledge to build an effective defense strategy for you.
Count on us to go above and beyond to help get your federal criminal charges minimized or dropped altogether. You deserve it.
Ready to fight for your freedom? Give us a call at (772) 210-9097 to learn how we can do just that.
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