Experienced Attorneys Defending Clients Accused of Federal Crimes
When you are charged with a federal crime, the consequences can be much more severe than a state crime. Being convicted of a federal offense can lead to substantial fines, a lengthy prison term and a permanent criminal record. In addition to the criminal penalties, a federal criminal conviction is likely to impact many other aspects of your life. For instance, depending upon the crime, you could be precluded from obtaining certain professional licenses or even applying for a federal college loan.
In the federal system, the federal sentencing guidelines set forth mandatory minimum penalties for judges to impose when an individual is convicted of a federal crime. Because the federal sentencing process is so complex, you need to make sure that you have an experienced New York City federal criminal defense attorney representing you at every stage of the process. Federal prosecutors are extremely well-versed in the federal sentencing guidelines and they will attempt to use these guidelines to obtain the harshest punishment possible. A skilled federal defense attorney will fully protect your rights and take the necessary steps to help ensure that you receive the lowest possible sentence no matter how serious your charges may be.
Track Record of Success in the Federal Court System
Mark J. Sacco and James E. Tyner are highly accomplished criminal defense attorneys with a proven track record of success in federal cases. Mr. Sacco and Mr. Tyner represent clients charged in federal courts throughout the Northern District of New York, Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York and the Western District of New York. We are talented and persuasive trial attorneys who have achieved numerous dismissals before trial and non-guilty verdicts in the federal court system.
At Sacco Tyner, we have developed a strong reputation for our ability to defend clients in all types of high-stakes federal cases, including:
- Drug crimes including narcotics trafficking
- Racketeering (RICO)
- White collar and economic crimes such as fraud, corruption, embezzlement, bribery and money laundering
- Immigration crimes
- Internet sex crimes
- Firearms and weapons charges
- Computer crimes involving the possession of distribution of pornography
Our attorneys also counsel and advise clients who are under criminal investigation by federal authorities. Whether you are the target of an ongoing investigation, named as a person of interest or are being interviewed as a witness, it is important to consult with a criminal defense attorney who can protect you from the hidden tricks law enforcement officials may use throughout the investigative process. Our legal team will carefully explain what is happening during the course of the investigation and protect you from saying or doing anything that might put your freedom at risk.
Call Us Today to Schedule Your Free Consultation
If you are involved in a criminal investigation or have been charged with a federal crime, you should consult with a criminal defense lawyer immediately. Having the right federal criminal defense lawyer on your side can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case. Call us today at 866-642-3807 to schedule your free consultation.