Anticipating the Prosecution’s Moves
We’re passionate about protecting and invoking the rights of every one of our clients in the federal criminal system. Our approach to criminal defense law is aggressive and strategic. Every angle of the prosecution’s case is scrutinized, and we rely heavily on our experience with the U.S. Department of Justice to anticipate what the prosecution will try to do next.
Our Approach to Federal Criminal Defense
Whenever we undertake the representation of a client, our objective is to obtain a satisfactory disposition before actual charges ever get filed. If circumstances don’t allow that, we work at completely dismantling the prosecution’s case. Here are just some of the things that our approach to federal criminal cases includes:
- Interceding in the Investigation: Once we’re retained, we’re going to let the prosecution know that we’re around and on your side. That avails us to information that we might not otherwise be privy to. We’ll start building your defense with that information.
- Objective Evaluation: This is when we start holding the prosecution to its burden of proof. We protect and invoke your constitutional rights. We won’t allow misinterpretation or misapplication of the law. Any evidence in your favor will be used in your favor.
- Obtaining Bond. Only a small minority of people who are charged with federal crimes are flight risks. If you’re charged, we want a reasonable bond set.
- Working Toward Dismissal: Time and time again, we’ve been successful at getting charges against a client dismissed before trial.
- Trials: We make the prosecution prove every element of its case against a client. We can give a jury plenty of reasons to find reasonable doubts in the case against you.
Types of Crimes
We use this same process in every case that we’re retained on. With our broad range of experience, here are just some of the types of cases that we represent clients in:
- Drug crimes involving possession, delivery and distribution.
- Health care fraud.
- Money laundering.
- Securities fraud and insider trading.
- Human trafficking.
- Computer crimes.
When Your Rights Have Been Violated
We have decades upon decades of complex federal criminal defense experience, and we have a strong record of obtaining favorable outcomes for our clients. We’re not going to recommend a bad plea agreement either. We only recommend such agreements when they’re a viable alternative. Our El Paso federal criminal defense attorneys are going to thoroughly investigate your case and leave no stone unturned. If we believe that your rights have been violated, we’ll be bring a motion to suppress evidence on your behalf. When we take the evidence out of the prosecution’s hands, they’ll be far more amenable to either a plea agreement that operates in your favor or an outright dismissal of the charges against you.
After being arrested, what you may or may not do is important as to how the case develops. Years of your life could be on the line, so it’s pivotal for you to realize that whatever you say or do could be used against you. No matter what federal agents tell you, invoke your right to remain silent. At the same time, invoke your right to contact our offices, and speak with an El Paso federal criminal defense attorney right away. With our extensive experience, we’ll know how to get the best possible resolution of your case.