Aggressive Defense Against Federal and Drug Charges
Federal offenses and state crimes can both include misdemeanors and serious felonies. If there’s overlapping jurisdiction in the crime you’ve been accused of, federal authorities may step in if the crime is serious enough. If you’ve been accused of fraud, white collar crimes, or controlled substance violations, don’t risk having to face the federal government and their resources all by yourself. The Law Office of Burt H. Stutchin is prepared to defend you against many federal charges, from the initial investigation through indictment, trial, and appeal if necessary.
Representation for various federal crimes
Each state and the federal government all have different criminal codes. Some conduct or behavior can break both state and federal laws. In these cases, the accused can be tried twice in state and federal court, and could receive two separate sentences.
Prosecution for federal offense is common in several areas including:
• Controlled substances
• Sex crimes
• White collar crimes
• Immigration crimes
We understand the federal process
Even if you’re familiar with the process of state law, you’re probably not prepared to take on a federal case without the help of an experienced attorney. Federal courts have more resources and the backing of the Senate; their rules are different than a typical court’s.
Don’t get lost in the sea of investigation and litigation. Get an attorney that you know can help you keep your head above water; we’ll help you along every step of the way so you can build the absolute best defense possible.
Dealing with the federal court is more difficult than winning at the state level; you can’t rely on just any attorney to help you get the chance of success you need.
Sophisticated representation for complicated cases
If you or someone you love has been arrested or under investigation, don’t hesitate to contact us. Timing is of the essence, it’s critical to talk to an experienced criminal defense lawyer about your options as soon as possible.
At The Law Office of Burt H. Stutchin, our clients get the responsive and aggressive representation they need to get results at competitive rates.
You deserve the best defense
The moment you are arrested, the state or federal government is collecting evidence against you, and will push for a harsh punishment. Mr. Stutchin knows this firsthand. As a former prosecutor, and serving as an assistant district attorney in King’s County, New York, he has handled many misdemeanor and felony cases. He’s also worked as a special narcotics prosecutor for New York City, prosecuting major drug cases.
Mr. Stutchin understands criminal law from every angle. He knows the strategies the state will use to get convictions, and he uses his knowledge to fight for you and get the results you need.
Don’t leave your fate to an inexperienced lawyer when your future is at stake. Mr. Stutchin has practiced law for 37 years, and he will do everything in his power to fight for your rights, reputation, and freedom.
We are ready to provide you the defense you need to face serious criminal charges. Mr. Stutchin has the skills to handle state and federal cases, including felony cases that other lawyers are ill-equipped to handle, such as serious drug charges, crimes involving child pornography, violent crimes, financial crimes, and all types of DUI / DWI cases.
If you have been accused of a probation violation, or need to expunge or seal your criminal record, we can help as well.
Arrested? Don’t wait, talk to a lawyer now
We hold nothing back when defending you against criminal charges. In every case, we work legally and ethically to get you the best possible outcome.
Don’t hesitate to contact us, the sooner we can start creating a strategy for your defense, the better.
You need experience on your side
Federal prosecutors hate to lose, and federal judges do not like to be questioned. Neither often grants leniency. The stakes in a federal criminal case can be much higher than with state-level crimes.
You need an experienced lawyer representing you. Choose an attorney who knows how the federal court system works, and stays in constant communication with prosecutors and judges.
If you have been arrested or under investigation of a violation of federal criminal law, contact The Law Office of Burt H. Stutchin. Call 239 444-8004 for a FREE 30-minute consultation.
Mr. Stutchin is a former prosecutor and an experienced attorney who knows Florida’s federal court system well. He has represented clients charged with everything from organized crime and major drug trafficking to financial fraud and possession of child pornography.
Representing people who face federal criminal charges such as:
• Drug trafficking and conspiracy charges (drug sales, drug importation, drug trafficking, drug distribution, and more)
• Possession or distribution of child pornography
• Mail and wire fraud, credit card fraud
• Bank robbery or larceny, including teller embezzlement
• All postal offenses including theft, fraud, and sending illegal substances through the mail
• Counterfeiting and money laundering
• Crimes occurring on federal property or in federal buildings
• Cyberstalking and international crime
• Kidnapping and other interstate crimes
You need to understand that in every federal case you’re not just facing criminal charges; you are facing the full power and resources of the United States government. We have the experience in all types of federal crime cases and helped our clients time and time again. We have even been known to make the impossible happen.
We are ready to do the same for you.
Contact us today for your initial consultation, and get an honest assessment of your situation. Trust our over three decades of experience, we will help you through every step in the process and make sure you know what to expect. We will identify your options, and be there for you from the first time you call through the appeals process, if that’s what it takes.
Federal offenses and state crimes can both include misdemeanors and serious felonies. If there’s overlapping jurisdiction in the crime you’ve been accused of, federal authorities may step in if the crime is serious enough.
If you’ve been accused of fraud, white collar crimes, or controlled substance violations, don’t risk having to face the federal government and their resources all by yourself.