Your Assertive Defense Against Federal Charges
The criminal justice system handles federal crimes very differently than it does state crimes. From the initial investigation to the sentencing phase, federal crimes receive even more scrutiny and punishment. If you face federal criminal charges, your best chance of avoiding a severe criminal sentence is to work with a strong defense attorney like the ones at Ramos & Del Cueto, PLLC.
At Ramos & Del Cueto, PLLC, our team members combine years of experience with proven track records of positive outcomes. We have achieved numerous not guilty verdicts, dismissed charges and reduced sentences. At every stage of your case, we mount an aggressive defense designed to secure a bright future for you.
What Are Some Examples Of Federal Crimes?
State crimes are offenses that violate state laws. Similarly, federal crimes are offenses that violate federal laws. Some of the most common federal charges include:
- Drug trafficking
- Weapons offenses
- Immigration violations
- Money laundering
- Tax evasion
No matter which federal charge you face, it is critical to have a strong defense. It could mean the difference between freedom and a jail sentence.
Mandatory Minimum Sentences: What To Know
Many federal offenses are subject to mandatory minimum sentencing, which means that judges have very little discretion when assigning a sentence. As a result, a nonviolent offender with no previous record may suffer disproportionately harsh consequences. If you have been charged with a crime that carries a mandatory minimum sentence, your best chance of avoiding the harsh penalty is to have an attorney defend you tenaciously.
Do you have more questions about federal charges? Read our page of frequently asked questions.
Reach Out To Speak With An Attorney Today
We are ready to defend you against even the most severe of federal charges. When you contact Ramos & Del Cueto, we will put you in touch with one of our lawyers straightaway. You will not have to wait to schedule an appointment. An attorney – not a paralegal or an assistant – will speak with you immediately. To reach us, simply call 210-761-6004 or send us an email.