Over 35 Years of Defending
Those Who Have Been Accused of Crimes
Fort Lauderdale Federal Crimes Attorney
We Aggressively Represent Clients Across Florida
Being charged with a federal crime will make your case more complicated, but with the right legal representation, you will still be able to fight back against federal prosecutors. At The Law Office of A. Randall Haas, our federal crimes defense lawyer in Fort Lauderdale has over 35 years of experience. Attorney Haas has faced federal prosecutors countless times and knows how to perform the thorough research and vigorous investigation necessary to put his clients on an even playing field.
Federal charges are serious, so make sure you have a lawyer who understands your situation and will go above and beyond to fight for your rights, freedom, and reputation.
You can arrange a free initial consultation at The Law Office of A. Randall Haas today by calling 954-763-9211 or contacting us online.
What is a Federal Crime?
A federal crime is one that violates federal law, is committed in two or more states, or takes place in international waters. Unlike state crimes, federal crimes are handled by federal prosecutors who generally have more resources and experience than state prosecutors. The penalties for federal crimes also tend to be more severe than state crimes.
Some crimes that can be prosecuted as federal offenses include:
- Mail fraud
- Child pornography
- Bank fraud
- Arms trafficking
- Wire fraud
Even if you have worked with a criminal defense lawyer who did good by you before, it is still in your best interests to look into other attorneys if that lawyer has not worked a federal case before. Federal court cases play out differently than state court, and you will want a lawyer who is prepared to take on this challenge.
A. Randall Haas has taken on federal prosecutors numerous times before. Contact our experienced Fort Lauderdale federal crimes defense lawyer at 954-763-9211 today.
Why The Law Office of A. Randall Haas?
Over 35 Years
Hundreds of Successful
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