Charged with a Federal Crime in Santa Barbara?

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There are numerous types of federal crimes, over 100 approximately. These are serious offenses that a federal court—the United States Attorney’s office— will oversee the prosecution. While there are some similarities between state crimes, federal crimes are the most serious that one could face. The penalties for a federal crime may include substantial fines, incarceration, and a criminal record.

When someone is charged with a criminal offense, your rights and your liberties are at stake. That is why it is vital that you seek legal representation from our Santa Barbara criminal defense attorneys right away to fight your charges.

We Can Any Combat Federal Charge

It is likely that you will have several questions about the criminal trial and prosecution process, and what you might be up against. It can be intimidating, particular knowing that federal prosecutors have resources such as the Drug Enforcement (DEA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and several other federal agencies to aid in the investigation process. However, our Santa Barbara criminal defense lawyers are not afraid of providing defense for cases that carry this much weight.

These are some of the types of federal crimes cases:

Investigations behind many federal criminal cases can be complex and backed by prominent, federal agencies, such as the FBI. Because of this, it is vital that you employ a legal team to protect your legal rights and during every phase of your case. At Appel & Morse, we urge anyone who is currently under investigation for a federal crime or has already been charged, to contact us as soon as possible.

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As former prosecutors with over 30 years of combined legal experience, we can help ease your troubles. We know how both sides of the courtroom operate, which means we know what to anticipate and what tactics prosecutors might use. We hope this gives you the confidence you need, knowing that your case is in capable hands.

You have rights—and we are ready to protect them. Contact us today for a free consultation.