Federal Crime Defense Attorney in Frisco
Providing Aggressive Legal Representation in Collin County & Denton County
If you have been charged with a federal crime, you will need to retain a Frisco federal defense attorney to represent you. The sooner you hire a law firm to protect your rights and defend you, the better. Criminal charges are typically prosecuted in either state or federal court, depending on the nature of the crime. The penalties which are associated with federal crimes are often much harsher than Texas state offenses. The Law Offices of Scott Edgett has earned a reputation for protecting the rights of individuals who have been accused of or arrested for federal crimes in Texas.
Contact the firm today to learn more about how Attorney Scott can help you.
Penalties for Federal Offenses
The exact penalty involved in a federal case depends on the nature of the crime. Certain crimes hold more severe penalties, however federal offenses are considered much more serious than other criminal offenses. The consequences involved in federal crimes often include years in prison, significant fines, and other restrictions. If you are convicted of a federal crime, it will become a permanent mark on your criminal record.
A few of the most common types of federal offenses include:
- Federal drug crimes
- Violent crimes
- Cyber crimes
- Gun charges
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Get Legal Assistance from a Frisco Attorney
Scott Edgett has more than a decade of experience practicing criminal defense law and defending clients like yourself. Do you believe that you are under investigation or have you been arrested? It is important to hire a Frisco federal defense lawyer who has the experience you need on your side. Scott Edgett is well-versed in the field of criminal law and is dedicated to using his extensive knowledge and resources to establish an effective strategy on your behalf.
Call the Law Offices of Scott Edgett at (214) 305-8411 to discuss your options!
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