Los Angeles Federal Investigations
Federal Crimes Lawyer in Los Angeles
In the United States, federal agencies have the power to investigate an
individual or group of people when they believe that suspicious activity
is occurring. When a federal agency begins to investigate you or someone
you know, calling a seasoned Los Angeles federal defense attorney should
be the first thing on your mind. Without a defense lawyer, you will most
likely be charged with some type of federal offense – one of the
worst kinds out there. Being charged with a
federal crime is life changing; it will cause you to lose your job and possibly even
prevent you from gaining new employment in the future.
It is very important to come to a defense law firm as soon as you have
been notified of an ongoing investigation. In some cases, the defendant
will be unaware that a federal agency, such as the Drug Enforcement Administration
(DEA), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Federal Bureau of Investigation
(FBI) or Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is keeping close tabs on them
until it is too late. A federal agency may step over their boundaries
in their attempt to find incriminating evidence, and you should not be
victimized if this happens. With an attorney by your side, however, you
can prevent this from occurring.
Federal Investigations – DEA, CIA, FBI & IRS
As with many cases involving federal investigations, the defendant was
simply in the wrong place at the wrong time or has been falsely accused
of an offense. From here, we, as your lawyer, will find it to be our duty
to find the missing puzzle piece and stitch your life back together. We
will work day in and day out to ensure that you do not face punishment
for a crime you did not commit. Whether you are being investigated for
forgery, insurance fraud, public corruption,
conspiracy, bribery, mortgage fraud or any other federal offense, do not wait another
moment to call our office!
Contact a Los Angeles federal defense attorney from Okabe & Haushalter to learn your rights and how we can help protect
you during a federal investigation.