We Understand How To Build A Strong Defense Against Federal Charges
The federal government has significant resources available to prosecute federal criminal charges. If you are facing federal charges, you deserve representation that understands the different rules of federal court and how to make them work for you.
We offer a strong defense against a wide variety of federal criminal charges, including:
- Drug charges — Drug charges such as interstate drug trafficking or other charges can lead to years in prison without an effective defense. We are well-versed in defending clients in federal court and we have a sound record of results there.
- Internet and computer crimes — Child pornography and other internet and computer related sex crimes can ruin a person’s life. Apart from the possibility of extensive prison time, you may be forced to register as a sex offender and live under a number of difficult to comply with restrictions.
- Firearm crimes — From being a felon in possession of a firearm to being charged with possessing a firearm during the commission of a crime, firearms charges can carry years of prison or significantly add to the sentence you are facing. We offer a strong defense that can help you fight charges and retain or regain your ability to carry a firearm in the future.
- Crimes on Indian reservations — We defend people who are facing major criminal charges on all native land in Idaho, including on the Kootenai Tribe of Idaho and Coeur d’Alene Reservation (Schitsu’umsh).
Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys Serving Coeur d’Alene And Throughout Idaho
When you are facing federal criminal charges, you deserve a defense from a law firm with a strong record in federal court. It is time to turn to Palmer George PLLC. For a free initial consultation with one of our skilled lawyers, call 208-665-5778 or contact us online.
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