Federal Services Provided by Columbus Criminal Defense Attorney

FELONY DEFENSE SERVICES PROVIDED

PRE-CHARGE REPRESENTATION

Before charges are formally filed, many individuals are notified they are targets of a federal criminal investigation.
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PRE-TRIAL REPRESENTATION

If you are charged by either a criminal complaint or an indictment and you have not hired an attorney, you need competent effective representation immediately
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TRIAL REPRESENTATION

Once our client’s case is indicted by the federal grand jury, it will be scheduled for arraignment.
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SENTENCING REPRESENTATION

Nationally, 97.5% of all federal criminal cases end up in a sentencing proceeding.
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APPELLATE REPRESENTATION

If a client was convicted of a federal criminal offense, either by guilty plea or jury verdict, she has a right to have the circuit court of appeals review any legal issue that has been properly raised and preserved in the district court.
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REPRESENTATION TO SECURE POST-SENTENCING REDUCTIONS

In the event that a client is sentenced to prison, there are really only two viable means to reduce this sentence of imprisonment.
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REPRESENTATION AT PROBATION AND SUPERVISED RELEASE REVOCATION HEARINGS

If a client is not sentenced to prison, then she is normally ordered to complete a term of probation. If a term of imprisonment is imposed, then the client will be ordered to complete a term of supervised release after she is released from the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
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REPRESENTATION IN MOTIONS TO VACATE, SET ASIDE, AND CORRECT A SENTENCE

Under 28 U.S.C. §2255, a client can seek to either set aside his conviction or correct a sentence based on federal constitutional errors that are properly raised in a §2255 motion.
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REPRESENTATION AT INTERNATIONAL CONSENT VERIFICATION HEARINGS

If a United States citizen is convicted of a crime in a foreign land and sentenced to prison, it is possible to have that sentence transferred to the United States so that it is served within the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
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