Federal Criminal Attorney in Cincinnati
Don't Take Chances with Federal Charges. Call (513) 399-5945!
Federal charges are by far the worst charges that you can face. Any crime
that is committed against the federal government or on federal property
is handled in federal courts instead of by the state, which means you
are facing the U.S. government instead of state government. These crimes
are more serious and therefore involve harsher penalties.
Examples of federal offenses include:
- Bank fraud
- Check fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Drug smuggling / trafficking
- Identity theft
- Ponzi Schemes
- Money laundering
Bleile & Dawson understands the serious nature of all
criminal charges, especially federal crimes. Our attorneys know that prosecutors often
charge people with crimes that are out of proportion to the circumstances,
which is why we are dedicated to defending the wrongfully accused.
Each of our Cincinnati criminal defense lawyers are ready to go to war
against your charges and can build the strongest possible argument for
trial. Call now at (513) 399-5945 or at (859) 904-9942 to set up your
free case evaluation. We're available 24/7 every day of the year!
Penalties for Federal Crimes
While misdemeanors and felonies can land in jail or a state prison, federal
crimes can result in a sentence in a federal penitentiary. This is the
highest level of incarceration in the nation. Fines can range from $100
to $250,000, and prison sentences can range from a few months to 30 years or life.
Retain a Cincinnati Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer Today
Contact us today at Bleile & Dawson if you are facing federal charges.
We bring award-winning service to your case - Ashley Dawson has been honored
with inclusion in the
Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠, an honor reserved for the nation's top attorneys.
We know your rights and are prepared to give all our dedication and energy
to your defense. Our criminal defense attorneys strive to provide the
relentless and effective representation that you need when facing serious
federal charges, and have received various recognitions for doing so.