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Federal Defense Lawyers in Laredo

Protecting Your Rights and Defending Your Freedom

Being charged with any crime can be stressful, but federal offenses tend to carry harsher penalties and longer sentencing times. If you are convicted of a federal crime, you could face thousands of dollars in fines and years or even decades in jail. Fortunately, with an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side, you can work to reduce or even remove the penalties you may be facing.

Our team at Flanary Law Firm, PLLC, has years of experience representing clients facing federal charges. We know how to navigate even the most complex of criminal cases, whether you have been investigated by the FBI, DEA, SEC, or any other government agency. After reviewing the entirety of your case, we will develop a solid legal strategy to either negotiate with the prosecution or represent you in court to get the outcome you deserve. 

For a free consultation and to learn more about our comprehensive legal services, call our office today at (210) 899-7566

Is It Necessary to Hire a Defense Lawyer for a Federal Case?

Federal criminal cases carry harsher penalties and could lead to expensive fines and an extended stay in jail or prison. Additionally, your personal and professional reputation could be impacted, making it difficult to find a job or remain in your community. If you are facing federal charges, you need an experienced defense attorney on your side who is ready to fight for your rights. Our team at Flanary Law Firm, PLLC, is here to assist you no matter what kind of charges you are facing. For a free consultation and to learn more about us, call our office today at (210) 899-7566

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Ready to take action? Reach out to us today and let's start working towards your legal goals together. Whether you have questions about your case, need immediate assistance, or want to schedule a consultation, our experienced team is here to help.

What Are the Most Common Federal Offenses?

Federal crimes are defined as any illegal activities made illegal by U.S. federal legislation. In many cases, these crimes are investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), or the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Federal criminal offenses vary widely, but some are more common than others.

Our team has experience with the following federal offenses:

Securities Fraud

The SEC investigates any individual, investor, or entity caught committing insider trading or stock embezzlement. This type of fraud can carry harsh penalties and fines.

Drug Charges

Serious drug offenses like trafficking and cultivation may be charged at the federal level, especially if there are copious amounts of drugs involved.

White-Collar Crimes

White-collar crimes are generally non-violent crimes committed for personal financial gain. This can include mail fraud, bank fraud, wire fraud, and healthcare fraud. These cases are often charged federally.

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Why Choose Flanary Law Firm, PLLC?

  • Constant Communication
    At our firm, we always want our clients to feel empowered when defending against criminal charges. We aim to constantly communicate with our clients, answering questions and taking feedback as we progress through the case. We are always here to answer your questions or adjust your legal strategy as needed.
  • A History of Results
    With multiple decades of experience between our attorneys, we have a history of proven results and happy clients. We always aim to get a criminal case dismissed or have the charges lowered to reduce any penalties our clients are facing. We are confident we can get you the results you deserve.
  • Experience You Can Count On
    At our firm, we pride ourselves on the diverse range of criminal cases we have worked on. From federal felony charges to state misdemeanors, we know exactly how to build a defense strategy that's right for you. Our team can handle even the most complex cases and are willing to be flexible with our strategies.
  • Advice on Your Timeline
    We understand that all criminal cases work at different paces. Whether you are just looking around for a lawyer because you're under investigation or you need immediate representation, our team can help. We will work with you no matter where you are in the process to protect your rights.
  • Free Initial Consultations
    We understand that hiring a criminal defense attorney is a big decision that many people need time to make. That's why we offer all our potential clients a free consultation to see if we're the right legal team for them. We will review your case and begin building a legal strategy to defend your rights.
  • Personalized Legal Defense Strategies
    All criminal cases are different, so our dense strategies are too. We would never re-use a legal strategy from one client to the next because your case is too unique. We will always build a defense strategy that's personalized and effective for you to get the outcome you deserve.

Will Federal Agents Try to Talk to Me?

When you are being investigated in a federal case, there is a chance that federal agents will ask to meet with you for an interview. They are most likely asking to speak with you to collect evidence against you and build a case to arrest you. We always advise clients to avoid speaking with any investigator unless they have a criminal defense attorney from our team on their side. Because anything you say can be used against you in court, even innocuous or seemingly innocent information could be used to paint you in an unfavorable light.

If you have been contacted by federal agents or you know you are under investigation, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team. We can advise you of your rights and accompany you while talking to federal agents to protect your freedom.

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