St. Louis Federal Crimes Attorney

Arrest and Bench Warrants

A federal crime is a criminal act that is illegal according to federal law and prosecuted in federal court. When you are under investigation or accused of a federal crime, you need to hire a criminal defense attorney who understands federal procedures and laws.

Most federal crimes involve drug charges, white-collar crimes, and violent crimes. The federal government sets up several agencies to investigate and prosecute individuals who commit these crimes in federal court. The primary federal agencies that investigate these crimes include: Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA); Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF)

We handle the following federal crimes:

  • Fraud
  • Weapon Offenses
  • Drug Offenses
  • Counterfeiting
  • Child Pornography

When charged with a federal crime, you not only face incarceration and hefty fines, but you also may have your assets seized and also freeze your bank accounts. 

In addition, the federal government requires to give notice before taking any property. Therefore, you need to contact a federal crimes attorney to respond to the government notice to save your property and personal assets from the U.S. government.

Can Federal Charges Be Dropped?

It is challenging to have your federal charges dropped by the government. Generally, these cases will need to go to trial once you face federal charges. In addition, the potential penalties for federal crimes are usually more severe than any similar charge on a level of state charges.

The attorneys at Miller & Hine aggressively defend clients charged with all types of federal crimes by providing the best possible defense. Your freedom and future are at stake. Call us today for a free consultation.

What Makes Our Attorneys Stand Out From the Rest?

  1. Nearly 50 Years of Combined Experience
  2. Available 24/7 & Provide Free Consultations
  3. We Treat Every Client Like They are Family
  4. We Have an In-Depth Understanding of Missouri Criminal Statutes
  5. We Take a Team Approach to Each Case

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