Monthly Archives: November 2020
Federal Probation and Cannabis Crimes
Most states in America are coming around to legalizing Cannabis. Even in states where it remains illegal, local law enforcement are generally less than eager to arrest people for small quantities of marijuana. However, under federal law, the possession, use, growing and sale of Cannabis remains very much illegal. This can have wide implications,… Read More »
Should I Ever Waive Arraignment or Preliminary Hearing?
Perhaps you have been arrested and charged with a crime in federal court, or someone close to you is sitting in federal custody, awaiting a court date. These early days are crucial to the defense of the case. At Bruce L. Udolf, P.A., our clients are represented by a lifelong career federal prosecutor and… Read More »
How to Secure Your Release from Custody Pending Trial in Federal Court
When someone is arrested and charged with crimes in federal court, it is almost always a very serious matter. Federal court is not as relaxed in how it handles deadlines and procedures as some state courts may be. For these reasons, it is imperative to work closely with an attorney who has many years… Read More »