Miami Federal Crime Attorney
Many criminal cases take place in Florida state courts, however, the federal government also has the power to arrest you and charge you with a crime. Federal criminal laws are very different than state laws, setting out different types of charges and different penalties for convicted offenders, our Miami federal crime attorney can help. Federal investigators and prosecutors often focus on more serious cases and, therefore, the penalties are generally more serious in federal criminal court. Anyone who is under federal investigation or is facing any type of federal criminal charge should consult with a highly experienced federal crimes attorney in Miami as soon as possible.
- Federal Bail Bonds
- Evidence In Federal Courts
- False Statements
- Federal Environmental Crime
- Federal Grand Jury
- Firearm & Gun Crimes
- Frozen Assets
- Obstruction Of Justice
- Seized Property
Common Miami Federal Crimes
The following are some examples of common federal cases that the attorneys at Jeffrey S. Weiner, P.A. regularly and successfully handles:
Computer crimes — There are numerous acts that involve computers or software and are against federal laws, including hacking, wrongfully obtaining information, identity theft, trafficking passwords or personal data, and much more.
False statements — Anyone suspected of making untrue statements to any representative of the federal government may face charges under federal law. The charge is commonly used in response to perjury, government fraud, or obstruction of justice cases.
Environmental crimes — Individuals suspected of violating environmental laws may face criminal charges in addition to civil sanctions. These crimes often involve unlawful waste disposal, air or water pollution, and wildlife abuse, among others.
Firearm and weapons offenses — Crimes involving firearms and other weapons can include unlawful possession, providing false information to obtain a gun, importing or manufacturing weapons, transporting weapons, and using a firearm in the commission of another crime.
Mail, wire, and bank fraud — Fraud generally refers to using deceptive practices for your own wrongful personal gain. Anytime the fraud scheme makes use of the U.S. Postal Service, electronic devices, you may face mail or wire fraud charges. If the fraud is against a financial institution, you may be charged with bank fraud.
Mortgage fraud — The FBI and federal authorities take fraud involving mortgage lending or borrowing very seriously and prosecute these offenses as mail, wire, or bank fraud or any other relevant charges. Penalties can include a fine up to $1,000,000 and/or up to 30 years in federal prison.
Obstruction of justice — This charge can apply anytime a prosecutor believes an individual is trying to impede a federal investigation or case by destroying evidence, making false statements, and other similar acts.
Discuss Your Case With An Experienced Miami Federal Crime Attorney As Soon As Possible
Federal criminal cases can be complex with extensive investigation and evidence against you. In addition, the penalties can be severe for many federal convictions. The procedures in federal criminal court vary significantly from state criminal court, so it is important that you have a Miami federal crimes attorney on your side who is thoroughly familiar with the procedural rules as well as the substantive laws. Our Miami federal crime attorneys have the skill and resources to defend against federal charges. Please call our office at 305-670-9919 for help with your case today.