Federal Crimes

Now Fighting On Your Side

Federal Crime Defense Lawyer in CA

Dedicated to Assisting You in Federal Court

Federal criminal prosecution follows strict laws, rules of evidence, and sentencing schemes. Facing a federal charge requires in-depth knowledge of legal procedure and an aggressive defense strategy to help preserve your freedom and protect your rights. The Law Offices of Mark Girdner have experience representing clients in the federal court system. Former Deputy District Attorney Mark Girdner offers unique insight into the strengths and weaknesses of prosecuting arguments and knows how to navigate the legal system for your benefit.

What Is a Federal Crime?

There are over 100 different offenses that fall under the category of "federal crimes" in the United States, and federal charges can arise from situations in which the government is the intentional or unintentional target.

Some types of federal crimes we handle include:

  • Business and financial crimes
  • Internet crimes
  • Tax crimes
  • Federal sex crimes
  • Money laundering and fraud
  • Federal and state drug offenses
  • Civil and criminal forfeiture
  • Counterfeiting
  • Tax fraud
  • Corporate crimes
  • Social Security fraud
  • Terrorist threats
  • Kidnapping
  • Weapons charges and gun offenses
  • Bank fraud

How Our Modesto Firm Can Help

Success in federal cases rests on a strong defense, and our Modesto criminal defense attorney has a thorough knowledge of federal law to help represent you in court. We seek to undermine the prosecution’s arguments to help you avoid the severe consequences of a conviction.

The Law Offices of Mark Girdner has 18 years of experience defending clients, and we can build and present your case in a federal court. Our firm is available 24/7 for your convenience, and our lawyer is ready to answer your questions day or night so you can get the help you need.

If you have been charged with a federal crime, contact us for a complimentary care review.

Contact Our Offices 24/7

We accept calls and cases around the clock. Tell us about your case below or call (209) 326-1533 to speak with us directly.

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