Houston Federal Crime Attorney
If you have been charged with a felony, the ramifications of a conviction can affect your life, your finances, your family and your entire future. You need a serious, committed lawyer who is experienced with handling federal crimes in Texas. A federal criminal defense attorney from the Law Office of David A. Breston will thoroughly assess your case and build the strongest defense against the allegations.
At the Law Office of David A. Breston, our Houston federal criminal defense lawyers will give your case the attention it deserves – addressing your concerns, answering your questions, respecting your wishes and providing you with the highest level of legal representation available.
Federal defense lawyer, David A. Breston, has a proven record of success in federal criminal cases throughout Texas. For years, David A. Breston and his firm have been winning federal criminal jury trials, obtaining pretrial dismissals, and successfully resolving many difficult criminal cases. You will not find a law firm with more recent successful results, better credentials, or a deeper commitment to pursuing justice for people who need help in federal court. If you talk with our Houston federal criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible, you may be able to avoid arrest or criminal charges altogether or may negotiate a positive plea rather than ongoing trial.
Please contact our office immediately if:
- You are contacted by a federal agent who wants to interview you or has a search warrant.
- Your friends or colleagues have been contacted by a federal agent.
- You believe you, your home, or your business is under surveillance or a federal investigation.
- You suspect you may face indictment in federal court.
We Handle All Federal Crimes Including:
- Drug crimes or possession of a controlled substance
- Money Laundering
- Federal Drug Charges
- Immigration crimes such as Illegal re-entry into the United States
- Fraud, including health care fraud, mail fraud, securities fraud, and wire fraud
- Tax crimes such as federal tax evasion, and tax fraud
- Federal Sex crimes such as child pornography and rape
- Internet crimes such as computer intrusion, identity theft, and solicitation of a minor
- Bank burglary
- Drug trafficking
- Interstate prostitution
Difference Between State and Federal Crimes
Difference Between State and Federal Crimes is not as simple as severity. After all, most homicides are state crimes that carry serious penalties and lengthy prison sentences. The difference between the laws and the procedures is quite substantial. You need a federal criminal defense attorney who understands those differences and has experience providing state and federal defense.
Given the severity and complexity of federal criminal investigations and prosecutions, anyone charged with a federal crime should retain a lawyer who has extensive experience in federal criminal defense and navigating the federal criminal justice system. If you need a federal criminal defense attorney with decades of successful results, contact our firm and discuss your case in complete confidence.
Contact a Houston Federal Crime Lawyer Today
The United States government has enacted a substantial body of federal criminal statutes, including many laws governing drug crimes. In addition, crimes under state law can become federal crimes if any part of the offense was committed across state borders. If you have been charged with violating a federal statute, you may be tried and, if convicted, sentenced under complex advisory federal sentencing guidelines. If you have been charged with violating a federal criminal statute, contact an attorney who is experienced at handling cases in the federal courts as soon as possible.
The dedicated criminal defense team at the Law Office of David A. Breston consistently offers creative and innovative legal solutions along with compassion for our clients’ legal situation. Our firm should be the first place you call when legal troubles arise. It is extremely important to have a lawyer present if you are being questioned by authorities about any federal crime. Politely tell federal agents that you cannot answer any questions without your lawyer present, and then call the Law Office of David A. Breston at (713) 224-4040 for a consultation and evaluation of your case.