Miami, FL – Experience makes all the difference during the representation in criminal cases. Knowing how to take action, what prosecutors think, and the litigation process reduces a person’s risk of sentencing at trial or facing charges. At Oberheiden, P.C., a team of criminal defense attorneys has handled thousands of cases at all stages, from target letters to the issuance of subpoenas, trials, and appeals. They prioritize collaboration to assess a client’s potential exposure and create comprehensive defense strategies. They contact agents/law enforcement entities or prosecutors to determine the next steps and conduct extensive investigations.
The attorneys’ experience spans decades of advocating for clients’ rights in federal jurisdictions in more than 40 states from coast to coast. They have handled cases for executives, corporate clients, business owners, individuals, and professionals in audits, grand jury proceedings, and investigations. They have insight into prosecutions involving government agencies like the Department of State (DOS), Department of Defense (DOD), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), US Attorney’s office, and more. Since they have previously worked with some of these agencies against high-profile targets/defendants, they understand the intricacies of criminal law, Florida statutes, defense stages, and information key to representation.
Legal issues and investigations can happen to anyone. Oberheiden, P.C. has a team of highly-experienced lawyers handling criminal, white-collar, business litigation, and healthcare/corporate compliance defense to help. They analyze the allegations against clients, create a custom legal strategy, and protect their reputation, finances, employees, families, and licenses. Clients facing charges such as fraud, drug, firearm, online, and intellectual property crimes can rely on their professional representation.
Public figures, licensed professionals, politicians, and companies who need defenses for Ponzi schemes, international extradition, bankruptcy fraud, bribery, criminal conspiracy, insider trading, and sovereign wealth funds can contact the Miami criminal defense attorney. While Florida’s sentencing guidelines establish potential punishments for most crimes, various statutes impose prison time, probation, fines, and restitution depending on the charges.
Timely action can make the difference between a conviction at trial or avoiding allegations altogether. During a criminal defense case, many issues may arise, such as unrelated charges, illegally obtained evidence or charges for attempted criminal offenses without completed actions. To strategically resolve these issues, the law firm does not delegate cases to junior lawyers or assistants. Instead, experienced attorneys and highly qualified consultants work with clients to keep them informed without sacrificing compassion, understanding, or professionalism.
Oberheiden, P.C. criminal defense attorneys have two discrete bodies of knowledge involving the law and clients’ business industries. While there are unavoidable learning curves about policies, procedures, and personnel, they spend time understanding the nature/extent of oversight involved to provide representation. To schedule a case evaluation, visit the firm’s website or call (305) 928-8505. They are at 2250 SW 3rd Ave 4th floor, Miami, FL, 33129, US.
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