Aggressively Advocating For Your Rights Against Federal Crime Allegations
The stakes are high when facing federal criminal allegations. The federal justice system is different from the state system, and the sentencing guidelines are strict and considerably different from those in the state courts. The penalties for a federal charge could result in a long prison sentence and harsh fines. When facing federal charges, your freedom, your finances and your future are at risk. It is important to contact a lawyer who has experience and can effectively manage your case. At The Hernandez Firm, LLC, we offer tenacious and experienced representation against federal criminal charges. Our attorneys are prepared to handle charges such as:
- Insurance fraud
- Tax evasion
- Money laundering
- Identity theft
- White collar crimes
- Drug trafficking
- Gun charges
- Certain persons forbidden
- As well as others
Serious Charges Require Prepared Representation
Your case may be complicated, with possible investigations from authorities such as the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) or FBI. Federal prosecutors have extensive legal resources. These situations mean you will require experienced and aggressive representation.
It may appear that federal prosecutors have the upper hand, but it is our goal to equalize the playing field for our clients. Our attorneys believe that everyone is entitled to have their rights vigorously protected. Our attorneys have experience representing high-profile cases nationwide. We have attorneys qualified to appear before the United States Supreme Court. We will work to prepare a strong case backed by skilled litigators. At The Hernandez Firm, LLC, we offer trial experience and tenacity to help you mitigate or litigate your charges.
Schedule An Initial Consultation With An Attorney Today
Call our office located at 1856 Airport Blvd in Mobile, Alabama, today to schedule a personal consultation with one of our attorneys. We empower our clients with knowledge and experience. You will receive individualized guidance for your case. Call us at 251-479-1477, or fill out our online contact form.