Federal criminal charges require a different strategy over state felonies and misdemeanors. Because federal prosecutors generally handle a smaller caseload than state prosecutors, they have more time to devote to investigating your case. In addition, the process is completely different, cases are rarely dismissed by federal judges, and sentencing is imposed via federal guidelines that are often stricter than state laws. It is vital that you have a skilled federal criminal defense attorney on your side throughout your case. Call The Crowder Law Firm, P.C. at (214) 981-1441 to discuss your charges.
Cases We Handle
From serious financial matters to crimes involving illegal drugs, our firm is dedicated to providing you with the in-depth investigation and thorough defense solutions that address your unique charges.
We work with many high-profile legal matters, including the following:
- White collar crimes
- Drug trafficking
- Mortgage fraud
Federal Drug Crimes
Many drug-related arrests in Texas can be tried at the federal level, as drug crimes fall under both state and federal jurisdictions. Local law enforcement may work with federal officials during investigations for trafficking, manufacturing, possession, conspiracy, aiding and abetting, crimes involving a network of other people, and other drug charges. Because they are based on federal guidelines, penalties can be severe even if you have mitigating circumstances. Our criminal defense lawyer protects your constitutional rights in all drug-related federal crimes.
Fraud & Financial Crimes
Though white collar crimes are considered nonviolent offenses, crimes involving conspiracy, fraud, money laundering, or any other crime involving a defendant’s alleged financial gain can lead to years in federal prison, the loss of your job, and irreparable damage to your reputation. Because white collar crimes lawyer Darlina Crowder has almost two decades of experience handling high-profile cases, our firm is equipped to prepare a defense solution that fights for you.
Call The Crowder Law Firm, P.C. at (214) 981-1441 to schedule your free confidential consultation.