Los Angeles Federal Criminal Attorney
Have you been arrested for a federal offense?
Federal crimes are some of the most serious crimes you may be charged with. Involving more severe offenses than other charges, you can expect the investigation of these crimes by the prosecution to be extensive and very thorough. Many times these crimes can involve investigation by federal authorities, such as the FBI and other federal agencies. This results in sentencing guidelines that will require much harsher penalties than a state or local charge. When facing this type of charge in the Los Angeles area, consult with a criminal defense attorney to assist you with a strong defense against any pending action against you. By retaining the services of Cron, Israels & Stark immediately, our firm can begin an effective investigation into the facts surrounding any criminal charge you may be facing.
Some of the common federal crimes we represent our clients for include the following:
Defending Your Legal Rights in Los Angeles
Because of the extensive investigation you are likely to face by federal prosecutors for federal crimes charges, we encourage you to contact our office at Cron, Israels & Stark as soon as possible. The complex task of determining what evidence they have against you will take exhaustive research and documentation. Federal crimes charges are often long term investigations that deal with many witnesses, financial records, warrants and plea bargains that require the expertise of a professional firm such as ours. You can trust your defense to attorneys who have over 100 years of combined legal knowledge. For a free initial and confidential consultation, contact our office today. Federal crimes charges are serious charges that can vastly impact your life. Contact a Los Angeles federal criminal defense lawyer from our firm today to find out how we can help you with a strong defense.
Related Federal Crime Stories in the News:
U.S. Department of Justice - "Inglewood, California Man Charged with Federal Identity Theft"
In a federal court in the Western District of Washington a man sentenced to four years in federal prison for aggravated identity theft and bank fraud. He led a bank fraud ring to steal from individual bank accounts.
U.S. Department of Justice - "Riverside Gang Members Arrested For Federal Drug Trafficking"
In a Federal United States District Court in Riverside, California, six men linked to the Mexican Mafia were charged with possession with intent to distribute and trafficking methamphetamine, drug trafficking, weapons violations and attempted murder.
U.S. Dept. of Justice - "Roger Clemens Indicted on Obstruction, False Statement and Perjury Charges"
Former Major League Baseball Player Roger Clemens was indicted by a federal grand jury in Washington, D.C. and charged with obstruction of Congress, making false statements, and perjury in connection with his February 2008 testimony before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
Los Angeles Times - "52 Arrested in Sweeping Medicare Fraud Case in New York and Los Angeles"
Federal authorities arrested more than two dozen Los Angeles residents for their roles in a nationwide scheme to bilk Medicare out of more than $160 million. The investigation resulted in the arrests of 52 people across the United States.
United States Department of Justice - "Downey Man Pleads Guilty to Multi-Million-Dollar Ponzi Scheme"
A Downey, California man has agreed to plead guilty to federal fraud and money laundering charges, admitting that he ran two fraudulent operations, a Ponzi scheme that took in $30 million from more than 300 victims and a mortgage fraud scheme that preyed on homeowners by stealing the equity from their homes and secretly taking title to their properties.
U. S. Dept. of Justice - "Defendant Convicted of Witness Tampering, Mailing Threatening Communications"
In San Francisco, California, a federal jury convicted a man of witness tampering and mailing threatening communications. He was found guilty of threatening to murder a former girlfriend and her family if she testified against him in federal court.
Los Angeles Times - "Couple Gets 18 Months for Harboring Illegal Immigrants"
A couple are sentenced for their role in helping Filipino workers obtain fraudulent visas and for making them work in substandard conditions caring for elderly patients in Paso Robles, Calif.