Federal Criminal Defense

Where the stakes are higher

Being arrested and charged with any criminal offense is a serious matter, one which can change the accused’s life forever. However, charges at the federal level often bring the distinct possibility of especially aggressive prosecution and what may often be even harsher minimum penalties than state-level cases. In addition, many federal cases receive significant media attention and this higher profile can mean not only more aggressive prosecution but also less willingness on the part of prosecutors to negotiate a plea agreement.

Not only do federal charges often bring into the equation Federal Sentencing guidelines and often stiffer penalties, but they also are often handled by federal prosecutors who deal with a small, focused caseload, allowing them to dedicate greater time and resources to building a case against the accused.

Newton Barth has deep experience in the federal environment.

The attorneys of Newton Barth have an exceptionally high level of experience in defending clients charged with federal offenses and have an equally outstanding record of success in those matters. Our attorneys have successfully defended clients charged on the federal level with offenses including:
  • EBusiness and white-collar crimes such as fraud, embezzlement, financial theft and more
  • EA broad range of drug-related offenses
  • EFirearms offenses
  • EIdentity theft and cyber crimes
  • ESex crimes
  • EGun crimes

Our federal criminal defense trial attorneys have deep experience in navigating the challenging federal court environment and in dealing with federal judges and prosecutors.

We work aggressively, meticulously, and diligently on behalf of each client to determine the best legal strategy, whether it is negotiating a plea agreement or going to trial. We also focus on vigorously defending clients at every step in the process, all the way through appeal.

We are here to be your advocate & defend your rights.

If you are ready to discuss your case, we are ready to listen.

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