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How do I know if I am under investigation for federal charges?

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Generally speaking, if you are under investigation, you’ll ideally, from the point of view of law enforcement, be the last person to know. You’ll find out because they’ll be talking to associates of yours, friends of yours. Perhaps they’ll subpoena records from certain institutions that you’re associated with or spinning your bank records, for instance. And you’ll find out indirectly to that. By the time they come to you and and approach you about talking to them, it’s generally too late.

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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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