If you’ve been charged with a federal crime, you could face very serious consequences.

Rather than state court, the federal court will handle your case. Rather than the state police, your case will be investigated by federal agents, the FBI, or the DEA.

The sentence depends entirely on the crime. Consequences could range from 1 to 5 years in prison for a Class E federal felony, or life in prison for a Class A federal felony.

Hiring a Tyler federal defense lawyer you can trust is crucial. That’s why Estrada Law is committed to defending your rights and fighting to reduce your sentence or even get your charges dropped altogether.

Types Of Federal Charges We Help With

At Estrada Law, we can help you navigate all types of federal criminal charges. Some of the most common federal cases we work on include:

Drug Conspiracy

In legal terms, a conspiracy is an agreement between two or more parties to commit a crime. When at least two individuals plan to commit a federal drug crime, they can be charged with federal drug conspiracy.

If you’re facing drug conspiracy charges, you need a drug conspiracy lawyer who has experience with federal crimes. Contact our drug conspiracy charge attorney in Tyler today.

Weapons Charges

A weapons offense may become a federal crime in a few different cases, including:

  • When a convicted felon is caught in possession of a firearm
  • When a weapons crime is committed across state borders
  • When the person committing a federal crime was in possession of a weapon when the crime occurred

Contact Estrada Law if you need a weapons charges lawyer in Tyler.

White Collar Crimes

White-collar crime is a broad term that refers to crimes committed by business professionals and business entities. White collar crimes are typically committed for financial gain.

Contact us if you need a business fraud lawyer, embezzlement lawyer, extortion lawyer, or legal representation for some other type of white-collar crime.

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Call Estrada Law today to discuss your case with a federal crimes lawyer.

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