Madison County Federal Crimes Lawyers
Under Federal Investigation in Mississippi?
If you are facing federal criminal charges or investigation, it is vital that you protect yourself by retaining a trusted federal criminal lawyer. You will want someone who thoroughly understands the federal court system and has valuable experience in it.
Contact us at (601) 869-5015 for a free case consultation to get started. You can also contact us online.
At Savant & Rich, LLC, our Madison County federal crimes attorneys can provide aggressive and seasoned legal representation. We have 35 years of combined experience which includes handling more than 300 jury trials. As a trial-tested law firm, you will have access to our entire legal team with five-star client service.
What Are Federal Crimes?
Federal crimes are among the most serious of offenses because they are investigated and prosecuted by federal agencies such as the FBI, the DEA, the ATF, the IRS, and others. These agencies, along with the federal court system, have the full backing of the U.S. government and access to extensive government resources.
Federal crimes can involve a wide range of offenses such as:
- White collar crimes such as credit card fraud, Medicare fraud, investment schemes, identity theft, mail fraud, and more
- Drug crimes such as interstate drug trafficking
- Federal firearms offenses
- Tax evasion
- RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations) violations
- Violent crimes, such as armed bank robbery and murder
- Money laundering
What is the Difference Between Federal Law and State Law?
Federal Laws are made in the national level and applies to all of the states and U.S territories. State laws are made in the state level and only applies to that specific state. The state law applies to residents and visitors of the state, and also to business entities, corporations, or any organizations based or operating in that state. When a state law is in direct conflict with federal law, the federal law prevails. It is important to understand that federal charges significantly differ from state charges in their rules of evidence, sentencing guidelines, and in how federal prosecutors operate. Because of this, it is crucial that you have an attorney who knows how the system works, how to negotiate with federal prosecutors, and how to effectively handle your case in seeking a favorable outcome. At Savant & Rich, LLC you will have the benefit of working with a dedicated legal team that can provide all of these advantages.
Find out more about how our Madison County federal crime lawyers can help you. Call us at (601) 869-5015.
Not Guilty Aggravated Assault
Not Guilty on Felony Aggravated Assault
Dismissed Aggravated Domestic Violence
Not Guilty Aggravated Domestic Violence as Habitual Offender
Case Dismissed Auto Theft
Not Guilty Domestic Violence
Dismissed Domestic Violence
Dismissed Domestic Violence
Trial – Not Guilty, Case Dismissed DUI
Not Guilty, Case Dismissed DUI