Abilene Federal Crimes Lawyer
Highly-Qualified Legal Representation in West Texas
Federal criminal matters are the most serious you can face. These legal challenges often begin with an investigation into your activities or your business’s activities. You may have been notified by a U.S. Attorney’s Office that you are subject to such a pending investigation. Other actions can including grand jury subpoenas or receiving a letter from a Department of Justice official. Or you may have been arrested by federal law enforcement such as the FBI, DEA, or other top-level agency. These are intimidating and frightening occurrences for which you need to retain an aggressive federal crimes defense lawyer as soon as possible.
At The Lorfing Law Firm, PLLC, you can bring your case to an Abilene federal crimes attorney whose background involves working for more than a decade as a federal prosecutor. Attorney Lorfing’s extensive experience on the federal criminal level is a significant advantage when it comes to crafting a defense strategy on your behalf. That kind of experience means that he has a deep understanding of federal law, how the federal system works, how federal prosecutors think and plan, and thus how to effectively fight back. He brings a forceful and compelling presence to your case.
Get a case evaluation on where you stand and what your options may be in any federal criminal matter. Contact The Lorfing Law Firm, PLLC at (325) 308-6960 to book your consultation. Serving Abilene, San Angelo, Lubbock, and Amarillo.
Federal Criminal Cases in West Texas
Our firm provides competent legal representation to individuals and businesses facing federal investigations, federal criminal charges, and grand jury subpoenas involving any crime violating federal law. Any crime that violates the laws passed by the U.S. government, that is committed on federal land, or involves federal officers falls under the jurisdiction of the federal government. Thousands of federal crimes exist for which you can be prosecuted.
Our firm handles all federal crimes, including but not limited to the following:
- Violations against immigration law
- Firearms crimes
- Drug crimes ranging from drug possession to distribution, sales, importation, manufacturing, and large-scale drug trafficking
- Sex crimes, such as possession or distribution of child pornography, child sexual assault and rape, exploitation of a child, and more
- Human trafficking that involves recruiting, transporting, or obtaining individuals to be used in forced labor or for sexual purposes
- Various types of fraud, such as bank fraud, mail and wire fraud, healthcare fraud, insurance fraud, securities fraud, mortgage fraud, corporate fraud, investment fraud, and more
- Other white collar crimes, such as money laundering, bank fraud, ATM skimming, Medicare/Medicaid crimes, bribery, counterfeiting, cybercrime, identity theft, embezzlement, and more
- Political corruption
- Terrorist threats and actions
When facing a federal criminal matter, a conviction will involve penalties based on federal law instead of state law. Depending on the nature of the crime and the circumstances surrounding it, those penalties can be severe and may be explicitly defined under federal sentencing guidelines. If you are convicted, your future will be compromised by a permanent criminal record that can make obtaining future employment, housing, financial aid, and more difficult. A criminal record can also result in deportation consequences for noncitizens. To fight back against both criminal and collateral penalties, you need an attorney you can trust to zealously protect your legal rights and fight for your freedom and future.
Turn to Our Distinguished Attorney for the Help You Need
When facing something as serious as a federal crime accusation, you will want a legal representative who thoroughly understands the stakes as well as the impact a conviction will have on your life. You will want a professional who knows the system inside and out so as to level the playing field when fighting back against tough, determined federal prosecutors. We urge you to find out more about how our Abilene federal crimes attorney can work for you and the stellar quality of representation you will find at The Lorfing Law Firm, PLLC.
Speak to a friendly staff member at (325) 308-6960 to schedule your consultation today.