Are You Under Investigation For Or Charged With A Federal Crime?
Few situations in life are as frightening as learning you are the target of a federal investigation. Federal agents are very careful to keep investigations quiet in the beginning. Once you find out you are a target, it is likely that the investigation has been underway for many weeks or months.
If you are under investigation, or even suspect you are being investigated, by a federal agency such as the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) or any other federal agency, it is in your best interests to hire an attorney experienced in federal law.
“Federal cases are so much more complicated and carry a much stiffer penalty. You have to have an attorney who is very experienced in this area.” – Bob Jarvis
Former Federal Prosecutors On Your Side
The attorneys at the Jarvis & Hamilton Law Firm have the experience you need to navigate the confusing and complex federal court system. As a special assistant United States attorney, Bob Jarvis prosecuted federal cases in the Eastern District of Texas. Since entering private practice in 2001, he has defended multiple clients charged with federal crimes. With knowledge gained by both prosecuting and defending federal cases, Bob Jarvis understands the strategies and tactics that will be used against you.
In addition to a law degree, Matt Hamilton possesses an accounting degree and a master’s in business administration, giving him an advantage in defending clients charged with financial crimes. Since entering private practice in 2012, Matt has defended several clients charged with mortgage fraud, money laundering and other federal crimes.
Defense Against A Wide Range Of Federal Crimes
We encourage you to call our Sherman or Fort Worth law offices if you are under investigation for or charged with any federal offense in Texas, including:
- Drug-related crimes such as possession, manufacturing and delivery
- Bank fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Child pornography
- Bank robbery
We will begin working on your case without delay, looking for ways to slow down or stall the investigation. If your case must be tried before a jury, our lawyers will be the most prepared side in the courtroom and will wage a vigorous defense on your behalf.