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What Makes an Effective Federal Criminal Defense Attorney? There are a number of traits that make a successful federal criminal defense lawyer. Some of the more obvious skills include intelligence, interpersonal skills, experience, and excellent written and oral communication. These skills are generally what people look for when they are seeking the help of a...
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Before a defendant can face prosecution in a criminal case, they must be in their “right” mind in order to understand the charges being brought against them. Known as “competence”, when a defendant’s mental state restricts them from comprehending the charges in their case, the court will deem them as incompetent to stand trial. When...
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Federal Investigations: Why? Federal investigations are the first step in the federal criminal justice process. Generally, they are launched by the filing of a credible crime report, data that has been gathered by a federal intelligence agency, information from defendants in pending criminal cases who are seeking leniency, or from a parallel civil investigation being...
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If you are a crime show fanatic or have been following the recent news reports regarding the college admissions scandal with celebrities Huffman and Laughlin, you have probably heard of the word “indictment”. Simply put, an indictment is a formal accusation against someone who is suspected of committing a serious crime, filed after the conclusion...
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In the United States, The Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution reads as follows: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing...
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Unlike some state criminal law sentencing guidelines, the federal criminal law sentencing guidelines are complex and can vary widely depending on many factors of your case. When an individual has either pled to federal charges or been convicted of federal criminal law charges, they will next be sentenced to prison time by a judge. The...
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If you or a loved one has been convicted of a federal crime, you may have the ability to appeal that decision. No matter when your conviction was, what federal charges you were convicted of or what firm represented you at your original trial; the Premier Federal Criminal Defenders is your local, experienced federal appeals...
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If federal agents come to your home with a search warrant, the first thing you’ll likely do is wish you had a tough, experienced criminal defense attorney on speed dial. For many people and families, having federal agents come to your home with a search warrant is likely to be one of the most upsetting...
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Have you or a loved one recently received a letter from a federal prosecutor? If so, you may be understandably nervous and scared. The Premier Federal Criminal Defenders has built a positive reputation on our handling of federal criminal law matters, and we are ready to advocate for you. What is a target letter?  In...
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For those who frequently travel, Uber is not an unknown company. The San Francisco-based international transport network provides low-cost chauffer services on their own cars, by means of a mobile app. At present, Uber is a Business Empire worth $50 billion. The business has now extended to over 50 countries and 300 cities worldwide. Its...
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A federal indictment (also known as a true bill or a bill of indictment) is a type of written accusation on the basis of which, a felony case is registered in the United States federal court. The federal indictment is usually the second stage in the prosecution process (the first being when the prosecutor files...
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Defendants accused of “white-collar crimes” traditionally pose no real threat to the general public’s physical safety, a factor that may influence prosecution of these crimes. So-called white-collar crimes can include fraud, bribery, insider trading, forgery, money laundering and embezzlement, among other non-violent crimes. The Commerce Clause of the US Constitution grants the federal government the...
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President Obama recently outlined a broad and sweeping vision for reform of our current criminal justice system, including a call for deeper law enforcement engagement with the local neighborhoods they patrol, the creation of a National Crime and Justice Taskforce and a rethinking of current rules surrounding the distribution of military equipment and gear to...
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