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The key to building a solid defense in federal criminal cases is to have an attorney with a depth of experience as a trial attorney in the federal courts. The federal rules of procedure are specific rules of law, and an attorney well-versed in these rules will be the best case scenario to have on your side in a federal crime defense case. Attorney Mervyn M. Mosbacker Jr. is licensed to practice in the United States District Courts for the Southern, Western, and Eastern Districts of Texas, the Eastern District of Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C. He is also licensed to practice in the United States Courts of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and the Seventh Circuit. More importantly, he has extensive federal trial experience in both defending and prosecuting federal cases.
with everything from Continuing Criminal Enterprises, Complex Drug cases, Major drug cases with conspiracies, Hobbs Act violations, white collar crime, bank fraud, wire fraud, health care fraud, and immigration crimes, Attorney Mervyn M. Mosbacker, Jr., understands what it takes to defend you in federal court. Don’t enter a federal courthouse without the right defense attorney by your side. You can have a better outcome and a more favorable result if you have a knowledgeable attorney on your team. Contact the Law Offices of Mervyn M. Mosbacker, Jr., located in Houston, Texas, for aggressive, experienced representation.
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If you are charged with or are being investigated for any crime, it is important to make no statement to law enforcement or anyone else until you have consulted with an attorney. Many times, in complex cases, law enforcement officials try to talk to persons they are investigating before criminal charges are brought, telling them that they can help clarify the situation and/or help themselves by cooperating. DON’T FALL FOR IT! Under no circumstances should you give any statement or answer any question by law enforcement officials, unless you first consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney. What you have seen on the television crime shows is true: law enforcement will come to you with a “good cop, bad cop” team scenario, and keep talking to you until they wear you down. Everyone has the right to speak to an attorney, USE YOUR RIGHTS, and make that phone call to your attorney first, before you say something that is admissible in court against you, that you cannot retract, deny or take back. Don’t take the chance to hurt your case; instead, call an attorney who is ready to defend you from the first moment forward to get the best possible result for you.
The key to building a solid defense in federal criminal cases is to have an attorney with a depth of experience as a trial attorney in the federal courts. Attorney Mervyn M. Mosbacker, Jr. is licensed to practice in the United States District Courts for the Southern, Western, and Eastern Districts of Texas, the Eastern District of Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia in Washington, D.C. He is also licensed to practice in the United States Courts of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and the Seventh Circuit. More importantly, he has extensive federal trial experience in both defending and prosecuting federal cases.
After handling over 50 federal jury trials, and hundreds of federal cases, with everything from Continuing Criminal Enterprises, Hobbs Act violations, Complex Drug cases, Major drug cases with conspiracies,white collar crime, bank fraud, wire fraud, health care fraud, and immigration crimes, Attorney Mervyn M. Mosbacker, Jr., understands what it takes to defend you in federal court. Don’t enter a federal courthouse without the right defense attorney by your side. Your freedom, livelihood, and future depend on having an attorney who is ready to defend you and knows the system which knowledge he will use to construct the best defense possible in all cases. Contact the Law Offices of Mervyn M. Mosbacker, Jr., located in Houston, Texas, for aggressive, experienced representation.
Choosing an attorney who has extensive experience in both state and federal courts. Also select an attorney who understands both the prosecution and defense sides.
Politely decline to answer any questions. Try and determine why they are contacting you. Make no statement to anyone. You should reach out to an experienced criminal defense attorney.
Our Houston Texas law firm has experience defending those accused in state and federal courts with white collar crimes. This can include wire fraud, bank fraud, mail fraud, securities fraud, healthcare fraud, embezzlement and theft. These types of frauds fall under white collar crime. These crimes can be charged through a variety of different laws. A conviction of a white-collar crime can lead to up to 20 years in prison (and life in prison in severe cases) as well as fines up to $250,000. If you or a loved one are accused of a white-collar crime, it’s important that you take these criminal charges seriously. An experienced white collar criminal defense attorney like ours can help you the minute you sense your freedom is in jeopardy.
When a crime has an extensive multi-state or multi-country reach, such as complex drug cases, OCDETF cases and RICO prosecutions, that crime will be prosecuted in federal courts. Federal court cases are handled differently than state court cases. The prosecutors are called Assistant United States Attorneys. These attorneys handle a smaller caseload than state court prosecutors, which means that they have more time to look for the proof and evidence necessary to prosecute the cases. These attorneys are also highly skilled, extensively trained, and knowledgeable on the laws related to these types of cases. To protect your rights and liberty, you will need an attorney with experience and expertise in the federal system who will work tirelessly on your behalf.
Federal prosecutors also work directly with federal law enforcement agents as the cases develop. This means that the federal prosecutors can have weeks, months, or even years of investigation under their belts before formal charges are brought. This can make it harder to defend yourself against federal charges, as the attorneys on the prosecution side work to secure an airtight case against you.
Finally, federal cases are heard by federal judges, on a different schedule than state courts. Federal judges typically see fewer cases than state court judges, thus giving them more time to devote to each case and generally are more demanding of the attorneys who practice in their courts. This can make it more difficult to defend federal cases and navigate the intricacies of the federal system.
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If you’ve been charged with a criminal charge, call to schedule a consultation with a criminal defense lawyer in Houston, Texas today. Having a criminal charge on your criminal record can be detrimental to your future. Our experienced legal staff at the Law Office of Mervyn M. Mosbacker, Jr. will evaluate your case immediately to help you to find the best possible defense to get you the best outcome.
He helps clients with criminal defense, white collar crimes, federal crimes, assault & battery charges, drug crimes, RICO charges, public corruption charges, healthcare fraud, money laundering, bank and credit card fraud, wire and mail fraud, insurance fraud, securities fraud, extradition cases, and kidnapping charges. He serves Houston and all the surrounding communities.
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