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Do I need a federal criminal defense attorney to represent me in a federal case?

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Absolutely. Federal Court and State court are two different theaters. I’ve practiced in both. I was elected state prosecutor. I was also a federal prosecutor for many years. I practice in both courts. There’s some attorneys that don’t practice in state court and some that don’t practice in Federal Courts. It’s essential, if you are going to be facing charges in federal court, that you have an experienced person that has worked in the federal system, those that know the players involved, knows the law involved, and most importantly knows the rules involved.

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Your first call after an arrest needs to be to a skilled and knowledgeable criminal defense attorney with experience handling the type of case you are involved in. Reach out now to protect your rights and learn about your options going forward.

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