Federal Criminal Defense
Baton Rouge Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys
Louisiana Federal Drug Crime Lawyers
Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers in Louisiana
Federal crimes, such as federal drug crimes or financial crimes are under close scrutiny in Louisiana. People facing a grand jury hearing for federal charges require an aggressive defense. The Attorney you hire can make a difference in the outcome of your case. Whether your case is at investigation stages or you have been charged in federal courts, you can trust that Damico & Stockstill, Attorneys at Law will provide the experienced defense representation you need.
Contact our Baton Rouge law office to discuss your defense strategy with a federal criminal defense Attorney.
Our firm handles complex federal cases, including federal crimes involving:
- Federal drug crimes
- Internet crimes
- Fraud and other white collar crimes
- Other federal charges
Federal Sentencing Guidelines
Penalties for federal crime convictions are generally based upon the level of offense and the criminal history of the defendant. However, Supreme Court cases of the 21st century (such as United States v. Booker) have deemed the guidelines violate the defendant’s Sixth Amendment right to a trial by jury. Therefore, federal sentence guidelines are no longer viewed as mandatory. Judges may use the guidelines, but are not required to issue a sentence within the guidelines.
With over 65 combined years of experience in state and federal criminal defense, the attorneys at Damico & Stockstill know how to present a case effectively to the judge or jury in order to obtain the most favorable result based upon the facts.
Aggressive Federal Criminal Defense
If you are under federal investigations, are facing federal indictment, or have been charged with a federal crime, contact Attorney Thomas C. Damico or Brent M. Stockstill and schedule a free consultation.
Our lawyers have over 65 years of combined experience and are AV-rated* under Martindale Hubbell’s peer review rating system.
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