Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys
“Men fight for freedom, then they begin to accumulate laws to take it away from themselves.”
Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys in Kentucy and Ohio
It’s crucial to find a lawyer to represent you in court, and who has the knowledge and experience to help you with your problem. The lawyer you choose to defend you in a federal criminal matter is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life.
A federal criminal defense lawyer must have a working knowledge about federal criminal law and procedure and know how to use that knowledge in your favor. Additionally, your lawyer should possess several important qualities that we strive to achieve in our representation of a client involved in federal criminal matters. These include:
Your lawyer should be able to explain everything regarding the federal legal process to you, and must be willing and able to answer all the questions you may have about it. Communication is necessary for the client to trust his or her lawyer.
Our attorneys currently research, study, and practice all the current trial techniques and methods to stay up to date on ever-changing juror attitudes so we can effectively advocate our client’s case.
Experienced Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers
When it comes to federal criminal law, the experience is a must. Our attorneys have been practicing criminal law since 2002, and they all are very focused on helping their clients achieve the best possible outcome for their issues.
Finding a criminal defense attorney in Covington is not a hard task anymore. Get in touch with our experienced criminal defense lawyers of Roush & Stilz, P.S.C to assist you during your case by directly contacting us. Our attorneys are licensed to handle your federal criminal matter in Kentucky and Ohio.
What to Do if the Federal Government is Investigating You
It is horrifying to know that you’re currently under investigation by the federal government.
If you are under federal investigation, don’t panic. Contact our experienced federal criminal defense lawyers before speaking to anyone, including your own family. Certainly, do not give any statements or interviews to law enforcement until you speak to a lawyer.
Contact Our Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys
If you already have information about a federal investigation going on (it doesn’t matter if you or someone close to you is directly involved), then it is best to start arranging everything related to the case, even if you’re not sure of what’s going on.
Get in touch with the attorneys of Roush & Stilz, P.S.C.