Armed Career Criminal
The Armed Career Criminal Act of 1984 is a United States federal law that provides sentence enhancements for felons who commit crimes with firearms if they are convicted of certain crimes three or more times.
According to the United States Sentencing Guidelines, a career offender is someone who commits a crime of violence or a controlled substance offense after two prior felony convictions for those crimes.
If you have a criminal case in the Northern District of Georgia or the Middle District of Georgia, you must hire an attorney who understands the process in federal court.
Federal Drug Crimes
If you have come to the attention of federal authorities in Atlanta or anywhere in Georgia for possessing, selling, or trafficking illegal drugs, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer immediately.
Federal Gun Crimes
Unlawful possession, illegal transportation and transfer, and using firearms during a crime can all lead to the involvement of federal law enforcement.
Money laundering involves engaging in financial transactions which are designed to promote or conceal illegal conduct.
White Collar Crime
White collar crime refers to financially motivated, nonviolent crime committed by government professionals, businesses, and individuals in the corporate world.