Trusted Federal Crime Lawyer in Texas
Facing federal criminal charges can be an overwhelming and daunting experience, especially with the resources and determination of federal law enforcement agencies seeking convictions. If you or a loved one has been charged with a federal crime in Texas or anywhere in Texas, you need a skilled and experienced attorney who can provide aggressive legal representation. Look no further than the Law Offices of Bill J. Stovall, a reputable Texas-based law firm with a track record of success in defending clients against a range of federal charges.
Don’t navigate the complexities of federal criminal proceedings alone. Contact us today at (214) 887-0911 or reach out online to book a consultation with an experienced and reliable Texas federal criminal defense lawyer.
Why Choose the Law Offices of Bill J. Stovall?
When you’re accused of a federal crime, you require dedicated and aggressive legal representation. At the Law Offices of Bill J. Stovall, we take every case seriously and fight relentlessly for our clients in court. We understand the unique challenges that come with federal cases, given the involvement of powerful federal law enforcement agencies such as the IRS, FBI, DEA, and others.
Attorney Bill J. Stovall’s background as a former prosecutor enables him to anticipate and prepare against potential prosecution arguments, making him an invaluable advocate in the federal court system. When you work with us, you can be confident that all aspects of your case will be handled thoroughly, and we will keep you informed throughout the entire process — alleviating the stress that often accompanies federal charges.
Types of Federal Charges We Handle
At the Law Offices of Bill J. Stovall, we are well-versed in representing clients facing an array of federal charges. Whether you are accused of drug trafficking, white-collar crimes, conspiracy, or any other federal offense, we stand ready to protect your rights and freedom.
Some of the federal charges we handle include:
Understanding the Difference Between Federal & State Crimes
Federal criminal cases differ significantly from their state counterparts. Federal investigations are typically conducted by federal law enforcement agencies, such as the IRS, FBI, DEA, Postal Service, Customs and Border Protection, and Immigration and Naturalization Services. These agencies have substantial resources at their disposal, making federal cases particularly challenging.
Federal cases also involve federal sentencing guidelines and mandatory minimum penalties, often resulting in more severe consequences compared to state-level offenses. Crimes related to drug trafficking and child pornography are particularly notorious for their harsh federal penalties.
When Does a Crime Become a Federal Offense?
A crime becomes a federal offense when it violates federal law or extends across multiple states. Insome cases, crimes that would usually be tried at the state level are prosecuted at the federal level due to their severity. Common cases tried in federal court include mail fraud, IRS violations, immigration violations, kidnapping, drug trafficking, destruction of mailboxes, and counterfeiting.
A federal court can have jurisdiction over a case if the crime meets one of the following conditions:
Contact a Fearless Federal Crime Attorney
For serious and aggressive legal representation backed by years of experience in both prosecution and defense, contact the Law Offices of Bill J. Stovall. Our firm is here to guide you through the complexities of federal criminal proceedings and protect your rights and freedom.
Call (214) 887-0911 or reach out to us online to book a consultation with an experienced federal crime lawyer today.