Federal crimes are those that violate U.S. federal legislation or those that occur on U.S. federal property. These are generally types of crimes where the FBI has investigated criminal wrong doing and there has been a criminal indicment. There are wide range of federal crimes including ranging from cybercrime to organized crimes. For example, tax evasion and possession of weapons banned by the National Firearms Act, are Federal Crimes.
Mail fraud which crosses state lines or involves the (national) United States Postal Service is a federal offense. Additional federal crimes include kidnapping, tax evasion, counterfeiting, theft of major artwork from a museum, damaging or destroying mailboxes, or immigration offenses. Many drug related crimes are Federal Offenses and carry mandatory minimum drug sentences.
Attorney Francis T. O’Brien Jr. can assist with the defense of all Federal Crimes.
Speak with a Boston Criminal Lawyer for Federal Crimes
To speak with a highly experienced Boston criminal lawyer, contact us online or telephone Francis T. O’Brien, Jr. at O’Brien Law Boston twenty four hours, seven days a week, toll free at 617-512-0939. There is no fee charged to discuss your case, and all information furnished will be kept strictly confidential.
The Parker | Scheer LLP Criminal Practice Group is led by Boston Criminal Lawyer Francis T. O’Brien Jr. who defends federal criminal cases in Boston and throughout Massachusetts. Criminal Courts served include Cambridge District Court, Cambridge, MA – Boston Municipal Court, Boston, MA – Brockton District Court, Brockton, MA – Framingham District Court, Framingham, MA – Waltham District Court, Waltham, MA.
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