Federal Crimes Attorney
Criminal charges for federal crimes are complex and severe. The laws and regulations governing them can be difficult to understand.
When facing federal charges, you need an attorney who has the in-depth knowledge to defend your case.
At the Law Offices of Jason Trumpler in Austin, TX, you will find a proven federal crimes attorney and former prosecutor who can help you.
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Federal investigations can involve multiple bureaus and jurisdictions – without proper counsel, you may be left facing serious penalties. Our Austin federal crimes attorney can fully represent you in court and ensure that federal investigators do not violate your rights. We work diligently to develop personalized defenses for each client that we take on.
Speaking to a proven defense lawyer instead of relying on a public defender can be the biggest decision you ever make. Our criminal defense attorney, Jason Trumpler, has spent his multi-decade career achieving reductions and dismissals in federal cases – and he can do the same for you. Call or write to our defense attorney to get the help you need.
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You Are Facing Serious Punishment
Potential sentencing for federal crimes is often much more severe than for state-level offenses. Here is what you are facing for federal felony charges:
- Class A Felony: Life imprisonment or death
- Class B Felony: At least 25 years in prison
- Class C Felony: 10 to 24 years in prison
- Class D Felony: 5 to 9 years in prison
- Class E Felony: 1 to 4 years in prison
As you can see, even the lowest class of felony tried in a federal court holds a minimum of one year in prison. Each of these charges can also carry fines of up to $250,000. Federal misdemeanors are also serious, as they can lead to up to one year imprisonment and a $100,000 financial penalty.
We Defend Many Federal Charges
When you are arrested for a crime that involves local jurisdictions, local law enforcement officers and court systems oversee your charges, trial, and sentencing. Federal cases, however, are investigated by federal agencies, such as the FBI, DEA, ICE, Border Patrol, or IRS. These cases are tried in federal courts and the penalties for convicted individuals could include time in a federal penitentiary.
Federal crime charges mean you need a federal criminal defense attorney. Our defense lawyer encourages clients to reach out as soon as possible if they are charged with:
- Child pornography
- Computer and internet crimes
- Credit card fraud
- Federal conspiracy
- Human trafficking
- Mail fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Tax fraud
- Terrorism or terroristic threats
Acting Fast Is Crucial
The sooner you call our law office, the sooner we can begin creating a defense for your case. As a former prosecutor, attorney Jason Trumpler can bring a unique perspective to your case and use his knowledge of local and federal laws to help defend you against criminal charges. Call (512) 457-5200.
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To whom it may concern I highly recommend Jason Trumpler if you need a great attorney and find yourself in a situation beyond your control. He kept me informed and worked very hard on my case and got it dismissed, if you're a veteran and/or civilian he will work hard to represent your case I'm very thankful for everything he did.View on Google
A Plea Deal Could Be the Wrong Move
Regardless of if you are charged with a white collar crime, violent offense, or human trafficking, it is common for prosecutors to pressure defendants into accepting plea deals even if they are innocent. They achieve this by telling defendants that the punishment after a guilty plea will be less severe than it would be if they went to court and were found guilty at trial. The practice is so common that a 2023 report by the American Bar Association found that 98% of federal cases end with a plea bargain.
Protect your future. Instead of pleading guilty to charges you might be able to beat in court, choose representation from our federal criminal defense lawyer. Jason Trumpler does everything in his power to make sure his clients find freedom.