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Federal charges are very serious allegations. Indictments often come after a Grand Jury has heard evidence against the accused. United States Attorneys are the prosecutors and they don’t often go on cases that aren’t at least arguably solid. Suspects (“Targets”) are often asked to cooperate with the federal government and plea offers are almost always dictated by strict sentencing guidelines.

To make matters all the more complicated, federal judges have a lifetime appointment and issue their own sets of rules for practicing in their courtrooms. Navigating the ins and outs of federal indictments, guidelines, and local rules is not something that’s for every attorney. If you have been accused of a federal offense, or even if you haven’t been charged but are under investigation, you need a criminal defense attorney who is willing to take on the challenges of federal court.

In order to have the strongest possible defense for your case, you need an experienced and relentless defense attorney on your side, fighting for interests. Call Krizman Law today at 303.529.2677.

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If you've been charged with a crime, it is imperative that you get fair and honest legal representation as soon as possible. Krizman Law specializes in providing relentless criminal defense for our clients. Contact us today for a review of your case. Call 720.819.7317 or fill out our online form.

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