Federal Criminal Defense
Federal Criminal Defense From An Experienced Trial Lawyer
In the following successful case, we kept our client out of prison:
“My client faced federal charges involving one of the largest marijuana growing and distribution operations in the state. We reached a resolution that kept the client out of prison and let him serve his sentence on electronic home monitoring with work release.” – Attorney Leunig
The Federal Offense Difference — Why You Need Us In Your Corner
Federal crimes also typically have harsher penalties than state crimes. Many have mandatory minimum sentencing requirements, which means the judge cannot impose less than the minimum. You do not want to spend years in a federal prison. We will use our experience and skill to fight for a better outcome.
The following offenses are often charged as federal crimes:
- White collar offenses
- Money laundering
- Extortion and blackmail
- Internet offenses
- Mail and wire fraud
- Tax fraud
- Securities fraud
- Medicare/Medicaid fraud
- Certain drug crimes
It takes a skillful, aggressive attorney to fight federal prosecutors. We are known for our strategic yet aggressive defense, filing motions and making the prosecution prove its case every step of the way. We may be able to negotiate a favorable settlement. If your case goes to trial, we will fight hard for you in the courtroom. Our skill as trial attorneys is well-respected throughout our legal community. We build a strong defense and then execute it flawlessly in the courtroom.
Contact Us As Soon As You Think You Are Under Investigation
Some federal crimes are investigated for months. We can get started immediately and perhaps prevent the case from moving out of the investigative stage. Call us as early as possible to protect yourself. Please call our Minneapolis area office 24/7/365 at 952-540-6800 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation.
For a free consultation, please call our Minneapolis-area office at 952-540-6800.
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