Experienced Criminal Defense In Federal Courts
If you have been charged with a federal crime, the simple truth is that you are in big trouble. While state and federal crimes usually involve the same types of charges, defense of a federal criminal case involves unique challenges. First, a federal criminal trial will occur in the federal court system, and, more importantly, the federal government has unlimited resources and is much less likely to be willing to work with someone. The Las Vegas-based Christiansen Law Offices has extensive legal experience working with clients who have been charged with federal crimes. Contact our office to arrange for your free initial consultation.
Nevada Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys
If you have been charged or are under investigation for a federal crime, is it important that you contact an experienced attorney immediately. Our federal criminal defense lawyers assist clients who need help with the following:
- Firearms charges
- Cybercrime/internet crime
- Racketeering (RICO)
- White collar crime, including theft, fraud and embezzlement
- Drug charges, including possession, distribution and importation
- Asset forfeiture
- Money laundering
- Murder, including death penalty cases
We work closely with our clients to establish their goals and develop strategies to achieve them. Our federal criminal defense attorneys represent clients during the initial detention hearing, in order to obtain reasonable bail so that our clients can go home until the resolution of the case. We continuously involve our clients in the process so that they know the status of their case at all times. We advise clients on their options, explaining which choice has the highest likelihood of success, including plea bargains. In the event a client of ours is found guilty, we work tirelessly to reduce the sentence by consulting with experts and preparing an in-depth sentencing memorandum for the court.
Let Us Help You
If you have been arrested for a federal crime, contact our office immediately to help ensure your rights are protected. We can be reached by phone at 702-570-9262, and we offer a free initial consultation.