Federal Crime Defense Lawyer in Tallahassee
Understanding the Charges Against You
Being charged with a federal criminal offense puts you in line for more severe penalties and a much tougher defense position. Federal investigators and prosecutors are some of the most tenacious of their peers and will work vigorously against you, with all of the backing and resources of the federal government. You will need an equally tough and dedicated attorney.
At Jansen and Davis, P.A., we have defended countless individuals in federal cases. A Tallahassee federal crime attorney at the firm has an in-depth knowledge of the federal court system, procedures, and laws and will work tirelessly on your behalf to ensure that your rights are protected and that you have the best possible chance of a favorable outcome in any federal criminal case.
Types of Federal Cases We Defend
Below we have listed the practice areas that the firm engages in. Click on any of the links to find out more about that particular topic.
- Antitrust Violations
- Bank Fraud
- Bankruptcy Fraud
- Bank Robbery
- Child Pornography
- Drug Violations
- Federal Property Crimes
- Gun Offenses
- Identity Theft
- Immigration Law Violations
- Mail Fraud
- Wire Fraud
- Criminal Process
If you are being investigated for or have been charged with a federal crime, contact a Tallahassee federal criminal defense attorney from our legal team.
Conspiracy to Defraud & Insurance Crimes Acquitted on both Counts (Federal Jury Trial)
Felony Gambling, Illegal Gambling, and Felony Firearm Possession ACQUITTED ON THREE COUNTS (JURY TRIAL)
Healthcare Fraud Investigation No Indictment / Plea to Misdemeanor (Federal)
Misappropriation of Property of an Organization Full Acquittal (Federal Jury Trial)
Second Degree Murder Not Guilty (Jury Trial)
Sexual Battery Not Guilty (Jury Trial)
Sexual Battery Case Dismissed
Sexual Battery & Attempted Sexual Battery Not Guilty (Jury Trial)
Sexual Battery & Burglary of Dwelling Person Assaulted Not Guilty (Jury Trial)
Sexual Battery, Lewd and Lascivious Molestation Not Guilty on All Counts (Jury Trial)