Knoxville Federal Criminal Defense Attorney

Federal crimes are usually most frequently the most severe criminal offenses for which an individual may be convicted. These types of  offenses against the government, which involve crossing state lines and that are committed on federal property. Numerous white collar crimes are federal crimes, as well as almost all cases of fraud or interstate/international drug trafficking. Following are some examples of federal crimes:

  • Drug Import/Export
  • Kidnapping
  • Money Laundering
  • Counterfeiting Legal Tender
  • Identity Theft
  • Bank Robbery
  • Mail Fraud
  • Wire Fraud
  • Government Fraud
  • Tax Evasion
  • Terrorism

The Knoxville criminal defense lawyers at Daniel and English have been representing defendants in state, federal and city court throughout East Tennessee for over 30 years. With their experience in criminal defense, attorneys Jeff and Todd Daniel understands both sides of criminal cases. they know what strategy the prosecution might use and can consequently often foresee their next move and work to develop a defense strategy that is all the more successful.

Defending Knoxville Cases in Federal Court

Federal crimes are prosecuted in federal court, where the procedure and rules are different than those for state or city procedures. You need a Knoxville federal defense attorney who is skilled in representing clients in these types of cases.

The FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) or various other federal agency’s may be involved in the investigation of your federal charges, and this investigation may possibly last weeks, months or even years. Prosecutors on a federal level are also usually more skilled and have more time and resources to allocate to your case. Make sure your legal counsel is on par with the ambitious prosecution you will face in federal court.

Federal Crimes Lawyer Serving Tennessee

Contact us today to talk to a lawyer experienced with federal cases in Tennessee.