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Federal Criminal Offenses

Federal Criminal Defense Law Attorneys

New Jersey Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers

When you are facing Federal Criminal Charges it is imperative that you find a Federal criminal defense lawyer and not just a criminal defense lawyer. The Federal criminal justice systems procedures diverge drastically from most state level criminal justice systems. This is one of the main reasons why when hiring a Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer it is important to hire someone who has extensive experience in this particular field. If a defendant is convicted of a criminal offense on the Federal level and they are sentenced to a custodial sentence they must serve 85% of there time before they become eligible for parole. This varies drastically from say the New Jersey criminal justice system, where only a handful of certain crimes will mandate that the defendant serve at least 85% of their sentence before they can become eligible for parole. The Law Offices of Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver has over 100 years of combined experience on staff. We have been defending individuals charged with all types of Federal criminal charges such as, assault, embezzlement, money laundering, firearms, drug distribution and racketeering for over fifteen years. We have the experience and skill set to successfully defend your liberty. Here is some of the common Federal charges that defendants in the Tri-State area.

Common Federal Criminal Charges:

    1. Manufacturing a Controlled Dangerous Substances: 21 U.S.C. § 823
    2. Distributing a Controlled Dangerous Substances: 21 U.S.C. § 823
    3. Assault: 18 U.S.C. § 111-119
    4. Counterfeiting and Forgery: 18 U.S.C. § 470-514
    5. Embezzlement: 18 U.S.C. § 641
    6. Firearms: 18 U.S.C. 921-931
    7. Kidnapping: 18 U.S.C. § 1201-1204
    8. Racketeering: U.S.C. § 1951-1960
    9. Robbery & Burglary: 18 U.S.C. § 2111-2119
    10.  Fraud: 18 U.S.C. § 1341-1351

As previous stated, although the federal crimes listed above are similar in nature to most state criminal charges, the applicable penalties are usually much worse. It is important to note here that the Federal Criminal Justices Procedures vary drastically then most State level criminal procedures. Specifically, the sentencing procedures in the Federal Criminal Justice System departed dramatically  This is another major reason why it is extremely important for someone to hire an experienced Federal Criminal Defense Attorney and not just a local State attorney.

Powerful New Jersey Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers

The Law Offices of Marshall, Bonus, Proetta & Oliver is a well seasoned criminal defense firm with a long track record of success. If you or someone you know has been charged with a Federal Criminal Offense it is imperative that you speak to an experienced Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer about your options immediately. If you have any further questions please contact any one of our Bergen County Offices for a free initial consultation with any one of our eight criminal defense attorneys.

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Jonathan F. Marshall and the members of such firm. You are not considered a client of the firm until
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Note on Prior Results: Prior results, notwithstanding the similarity of circumstances, do not guarantee or predict a similar outcome with respect to any pending or future matter.