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Working To Reduce Or Drop Federal Property Crime Charges

Any time a criminal offense is committed on federal or government property, it is considered to be a federal property crime. At Jansen & Davis, P.A., our lawyers provide exceptional representation to individuals acing a variety of federal charges, including those arising from federal property crimes.

Whether the crime you are accused of committing is minor or serious, you are still facing federal charges and you will want to take the necessary actions to protect yourself from this situation. A Tallahassee federal criminal defense lawyer from our firm will help you through the process and will work hard to have your federal property crime charges reduced or dismissed completely.

There are many different criminal offenses that can be committed on federal property, and these include:

Regardless of the specific offense involved in a federal property crime, it is important to retain representation from a skilled defense attorney. With over 70 years of combined experience, when you choose an attorney from our firm to handle your federal charges, you can rest assured knowing your case is in dependable and capable hands.

One Federal Property Crime Conviction Can Have Lifelong Consequences

Not only are federal property crimes considered to be federal offenses, but they are usually charged as felonies. This means that if convicted, you could face some harsh penalties including time in a federal prison, large fines, long probationary periods, community service, or more. You may also have to deal with having a felony offense on your permanent record, and this could prevent you from finding employment and getting approved for apartments and loans in the future. For the best chance of avoiding these penalties, you will need to speak to a lawyer right away.

Contact a Tallahassee federal criminal defense attorney at Jansen & Davis, P.A., today if you have been charged with a federal property crime. Call 850-641-8739 to speak to a member of our team.