Belmares Law, PLLC
Dickson Criminal Defense Lawyer

Federal Charges Can Have Serious Repercussions

If you have been charged with a federal offense, you'll need a lawyer with a deep understanding of federal law as well as the local Tennessee context in which any alleged offenses took place. As an attorney with years of professional experience and lifelong ties to Dickson, I can help you mount a strong defense in federal court for a wide range of charges.

Federal law is different in many ways from Tennessee's criminal code, and in many cases a conviction in federal court can result in more serious consequences for the defendant. And when an action is illegal according to both state and federal statutes, prosecutors often have the ability to choose whether the case will be tried in state or federal court — for example, this is much more flexible when it comes to drug-related offenses. When you retain me as your attorney, you will have a knowledgeable advocate who can help you navigate the legal system at both the state and federal level.

Federal Criminal Defense Services For Any Charge

I help defend clients from a wide range of federal charges, including:

  • Drug crimes, including possession, distribution and manufacturing
  • White collar offenses, including money laundering
  • Arson
  • Cybercrimes
  • Firearms crimes
  • Insurance fraud
  • Health care fraud
  • Tax fraud
  • Wire fraud
  • Conspiracy

For more information about state-level criminal defense, see my Criminal Defense page.

Schedule A Free Consultation To Learn More

The best way to respond to federal criminal charges is to speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. At Belmares Law, PLLC, I will work with you to design a legal strategy tailored to your needs.

Call 615-375-6932 or contact me via email to make an appointment for a free consultation in my Dickson, Tennessee, office.

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