Federal Criminal Defense
and Upstate SC
Columbia Lexington and
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Steve Hisker is a South Carolina Federal Defense Lawyer. Steve defends people charged or investigated for violating
federal law. If you or a loved one have been contacted by the FBI, DEA, IRS, call Steve Hisker today. Steve Hisker has experience defending cases brought by the United States Attorneys Office.
Contact South Carolina Federal Defense Lawyer Steve Hisker today if you have been contacted by a federal agent. Contacting
a Federal Defense Attorney in the early stages of investigation could minimize the damage to your record, your career
and your freedom. Steve Hisker will attempt to negotiate a dismissal before you are presented with a plea negotiation.
If you are not satisfied with the governments offer, Steve Hisker will be fully prepared to fight your case at trial.
Federal Arrest Procedure
What to Expect After Your Federal Arrest
* These results are provided to show the types of cases that Steve Hisker has
handled in the past. Nothing provided should create an expectation that Steve Hisker can achieve similar results in
any case. Every case is different. Steve will use his experience in an effort to obtain the best result possible
in your case.
FEDERAL INDICTMENT - DISMISSED
Court: United States District Court - Greenville, SC - Anderson,
SC - Spartanburg, SC
Case: United States of America vs. Joe Gibson et al.
F.B.I. & U.S. Postal Inspector Allegations: Client worked at Upstate Suzuki Dealership and was indicted for wire fraud and false advertising
in September, 2012. Defense rejected plea bargains and offer for pretrial diversion and demanded trial. The case
was dismissed by the U.S. Attorney on January 16, 2014.
Result: January 16, 2014 - Case Dismissed
Illegal Entry / Trespassing Restricted Area - DISMISSED
Court: United States District Court - Columbia,
Police Allegations: Undocumented alien arrested for
entering Ft. Jackson Army base in Columbia. Through Steve Hisker's efforts, the case was dismissed.
Result: May 2012 - Dismissed
Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud - Time Served
Court: United States District Court - Greenville,
Police Allegations: Client arrested as part of $1
million plus mail fraud conspiracy.
Result: May 2012 - Time Served
Conspiracy to Defraud United States - Probation
Court: United States District Court - Anderson,
Possible Penalty: 5 years imprisonment, $250,000 fine
Police Allegations: Client arrested as part of conspiracy to cash forged checks.
Result: February 2012 - Probation