Federal Crime FAQ
Answers from a Phoenix Federal Crime Attorney
Q: I have been charged with a drug charge, but it is in federal court.
Is this a huge problem?
A: Federal court is a different system than state court. The personnel are
usually more highly qualified and the investigative arms that can be used
include the FBI, CIA, ATF and so on. These are some of the most motivated
and dedicated law enforcement personnel in the USA. When facing charges
in federal court, it would serve your best interests to contact an Arizona
federal crimes defense attorney. This way you know that your attorney is familiar with
federal court and can work within that system effectively. A federal drug
charge is very serious, and the penalties are generally higher than they
would be in state court.
For a FREE review of your case, contact Knowles Law Firm, PLC.
Q: What kinds of federal charges can Knowles Law Firm, PLC help me with?
A: Phoenix Criminal Attorney Anthony Knowles is a skilled criminal defense
attorney. The charges that you can be assisted with include:
Q: I was charged with a federal crime that I didn’t commit. Law enforcement
seems to be sure that I did. Is there any hope that I will be exonerated?
A: You have good reason to be concerned. The federal prosecutor and law enforcement
consider that you are guilty and will be working hard to ensure that you
are convicted. In such a case you really need the support of a seasoned
trial lawyer who knows how to handle a case that is wrongly heading towards
a conviction. No case is perfect, and the flaws must be found in order
to successfully defend you. In such a case, it is crucial that you contact
Attorney Anthony Knowles without delay.
Q: Isn’t a real criminal defense attorney expensive?
A: You have to evaluate for yourself what you consider to be worth the money.
Often the fines owed on a conviction far outweigh anything that you might
pay an attorney who can successfully defend you. Then there is the aspect
of spending time in federal prison if you are convicted. These are all
real concerns, and in fact you may discover that it isn’t as costly
as you expect. In your best interests, you should call Attorney Anthony
Knowles and find out for yourself. It is probably a lot less than you
Q: I was forced by someone else to commit a crime I didn’t want to
do. What can I do?
A: This is exactly the type of scenario that could use the help of a skilled
criminal defense attorney. When someone is forced by fear of violence
or other retribution to commit a crime, there could be a compelling defense
for you in court. Contact Knowles Law Firm, PLC to have your case reviewed
and it can be determined how to proceed.