Federal Crimes Representation
Call 24/7 for a Greenville Criminal Defense Lawyer
Have you been charged with a federal crime or are being investigated by
a federal agent? If so, it is crucial to speak with and hire a professional
Greenville federal defense attorney to represent your case. During the early stages of investigation, you
may have a better chance to minimize the damage caused to your record,
career, and even freedom. We are always accessible 24/7 so you can receive
guidance whenever you need it.
With federal charges, there is much more at stake, including:
- Harsher sentencing than state crimes
- Tougher federal prosecutors who often work with federal agencies like the
FBI, DEA, and SEC
- Federal agencies have more resources at their disposal to prosecute you
- Longer incarceration time in federal prison
Learn your options for free.
Call us at (864) 610-1277 to request a
of your case.
Hisker Law Firm, PC has helped over 1,000 clients, including in defending
cases brought by the United States Attorney's Office. We have
achieved numerous dismissals and reduced charges for federal charges in our hands. Our team has access
to top investigators who know all the right places to look for important
evidence. We always make sure that we complete thorough investigations
before even attempting a plea bargain. If a plea negotiation is not an
option, or if you are not satisfied with what is offered, we are completely
prepared and ready to fight for the best possible outcome during a jury trial.
Motions Filed to Protect Your Interests
During federal cases, we typically file several motions which are designed
to protect your interests. After you have been charged, we get to work
immediately to make sure we have the adequate resources to build a strong
case for you.
We can file several motions to protect you:
Motion for Discovery helps us gain a thorough understanding of the case against you and create
our defense strategy by compelling the government to let us inspect its file.
Motion to Suppress Evidence, we can make sure that anything gathered by violating the law or your
constitutional rights is not brought into the proceedings. During this
motion, there is a chance to have your case dismissed if the necessary
evidence is suppressed.
Motion to Sever is filed if we decide that it is in your best interest to sever your case
from a co-defendant and have a separate trial, especially if a co-defendant
wishes to make statements that could incriminate you.
Call our experienced federal defense attorney
at (864) 610-1277!