Ocala Federal Crimes Lawyer
Protect Yourself against Serious Criminal Charges
Many crimes are prosecuted by local police departments. While it is never easy to defend yourself against these charges, the cases are often built on allegations and the evidence immediately available. When those charges are brought by federal investigating bodies, however, it becomes crucial to have an effective defense. By the time you are charged with a crime, it is likely that a case has been building up against you for some time. Get help from an Ocala federal crimes lawyer by calling JW Law today. We offer free consultations to help you plan your case.
Get started on building your defense by dialing (352) 441-2703 or contacting JW Law online to schedule your free consultation.
What Makes a Federal Crime?
Anytime a federal agency is involved in bringing criminal charges, the crime becomes a federal one. This means that even local crimes can become federal charges if the FBI, DEA, or another federal agency becomes involved.
Common federal crimes can include:
- Drug trafficking
- Human trafficking
- Illegal gambling
- White collar crimes
- Illegal weapons sales
- Crimes taking place on Indian reservations
- Homeland security issues
If a federal agency has become involved in your case, you need the help of an experienced Ocala criminal defense lawyer right away. These crimes often carry serious consequences that can have lasting effects on a person’s life.
Schedule a Free Consultation
Were you served with lawsuit papers or arrested on charges? Do you believe there is a case building against you? Call JW Law right away to get started building you defense. Our team takes a dedicated, process-driven approach to each case. By helping you understand the allegations against you and review the evidence being used to prosecute you, we may be able to have your charges dropped or your sentence reduced. JW Law has helped many clients obtain favorable outcomes for their situations. Don’t wait to get started. Call today.
Dial (352) 441-2703 now and schedule your free consultation.
Jerrod served in the U.S. Army as an Officer and he uses the same fighting mentality for his clients.
We see the person for the person and the matter for the matter.
The Constitution is our basis as we fight for the rights of our clients.
We tailor our approach to your specific case.