Guiding You Through Federal Criminal Cases
Federal criminal cases usually begin with an indictment from a grand jury. When there is a plea bargain, a case may begin with a criminal investigation and the filing of information. It is vitally important for the accused to have experienced legal counsel at all stages of a criminal proceeding. In some instances, an attorney may be able to pre-empt actions on the part of investigators and prevent you being charged with a more serious crime or being blamed by informants and plea-bargained witnesses for crimes you did not commit.
Additionally, beginning an investigation of your own is important since federal cases often involve months of surveillance and preparation on the part of the government. The law office of Jonathan J. Einhorn consults investigators, forensic specialists, accountants, and other experts in challenging the case against his client.
To schedule a consultation, contact the Jonathan J. Einhorn Law Offices by email or phone.
Federal Charges And Criminal Investigations
The Jonathan J. Einhorn Law Offices represents clients in federal cases involving the following criminal charges:
Representation by an experienced federal criminal defense attorney is particularly critical before any statements are made to federal law enforcement agents. For an individual to have a fair chance in the face of FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration), or ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms) agents, there is no substitute for having experienced legal counsel present at all questioning and interrogations.
Attorney Jonathan Einhorn’s familiarity with discovery procedures and standard protocol related to the U.S. Attorney’s offices in Hartford, New Haven, and Bridgeport make the Jonathan J. Einhorn Law Offices a valuable resource. Connecticut residents in need of well-executed drug crime defense or defense in other federal criminal cases often turn to criminal lawyer Einhorn for reliable, aggressive representation.