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Violations of Federal Criminal Statutes are very serious with significant consequences. The Federal Courts can impose lengthy prison terms, high fines, along with forfeiture of your assets (houses, stocks, investments, money and savings accounts). The Law Office of Frederic J. Warner has the knowledge and experience to defend and protect you in Federal Court.
There are over 120 categories of offenses that fall under the jurisdiction of the federal court system. Some of the more common crimes are:
Accounting Fraud
Export/Import Crimes
Bank Fraud
Gun Law Violations
Bankruptcy Fraud
Health Care Fraud
Child Pornography
Immigration Law Violations
Computer Crimes
Internet Fraud Kidnapping
Computer Hacking
Mail Fraud
Controlled Substance Violations
Money Laundering
Multi-Level Marketing
Rico Crimes
Custom’s Violations
Securities Fraud
Drug Manufacturing
Social Security Fraud
Drug Possession/ Sales
Tax Crimes
Drug Trafficking
Wire Fraud
In addition to specific crimes listed in the U.S. criminal codes, any crime that takes place on a federal property is a federal crime. Beware that the State may also have the option of prosecuting you for the same offense under California state law.

The federal criminal procedures are extremely complicated and complex. Only an attorney who is accustomed to the federal court process can provide a successful defense. Under the promise of "equal justice for all,” the punishments associated with federal crime convictions are uniform throughout the country. It is crucial that you federal offense attorney have a complete understanding of U.S. Constitutional law in order to competently represent you in federal court.

Punishments for federal crimes are based on a point system. Your lawyer’s ability to successfully argue the “point value” give to your sentence may mean the difference between freedom and incarceration.

If you are arrested for a federal crime, you will be taken to a federal detention facility until a federal magistrate determines whether or not you will be release on bail. No evidence will be heard at that time. The federal magistrate will grant bail based on a report submitted by a Pre-trial Services Officer. The officer will investigate your past, your community ties, your likelihood to flee, etc. Based on the findings, the officer will make a recommendation for conditional release.

It is vital that you choose an attorney who combines experience with a great track record, a thorough understanding and familiarity with the law and the local courts, and a commitment to each and every client. The Law Office of Frederic J. Warner is a Federal law expert and has successfully represented numerous clients charged with federal crimes throughout California.