Representing Individuals Under Investigation and Those Who Have Been Charged
If you are under investigation or if you have been charged with a federal crime, choosing the right attorney to represent you is crucial. Federal prosecutors frequently work in concert with federal and local authorities for months and years before bringing charges. As a result, defending any federal criminal charge can be a daunting task.
Lawyer Jonathan Rose is dedicated to protecting his clients through the challenging process of federal crime defense. He has been practicing in federal courts throughout the state of Florida and across the nation for fifteen years.
As a former Marine, Mr. Rose exemplifies the qualities of dedication and leadership. He will be by your side from start to finish, fighting for the best possible outcome.
Building Strong Defenses For Serious Federal Crimes
There are countless criminal charges that can be filed in federal court. Mr. Rose provides knowledgeable guidance through cases in these areas, and many others:
Accused of misconduct regarding General Services Administration claims
Accusations of material misrepresentations to consumers selling or buying timeshares
Accused of using financial transactions to hide the proceeds of unlawful activities
Accused of offenses such as collaborating with others in the distribution of illegal drugs
Do Not Ignore A Target Letter
If you receive a target letter in the mail, it means you are under investigation for a crime but have not been charged. It is very important to take this letter seriously by contacting an attorney experienced in federal law. When taking on a case at this stage, Mr. Rose has been able to avoid charges for many of his clients by showing the government that you may be a witness in its case, but you should not face charges.
Building A Defense After You Have Been Charged
Not everyone is able to seek legal guidance before being charged with a federal crime. If you have been charged with a crime, Mr. Rose will review the evidence against you and determine the best approach. In some cases, through thorough review of financial, medical, and other documents, he has been able to show that his clients should not be charged with a crime at all. In cases in which the evidence against his clients has been substantial, he has often successfully sought reduced charges leading to lesser penalties.
To learn more about the firm's services in this area of law, please request an initial consultation. Call 407-894-4555, or contact the Orlando office by via email at email@example.com. Se habla español.