Federal Crimes Defense Attorneys

The Blanch Law Firm has represented clients in high stakes criminal investigations and cases in Federal Court, Appellate Courts, and State Courts across the country.

Federal Cases We Handle

We represent clients charged with federal crimes and states crimes and stand by our clients throughout federal investigations and accusations from governmental and regulatory agencies, including the:

  • Department of Justice (“DOJ”);
  • U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”);
  • the Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division (“CID”);
  • District Attorney’s Office and Attorney General’s Office in numerous states;
  • And more…

Our primary office is located in Manhattan, New York and we have represented clients against the New York State Attorney General’s Office and the Manhattan District Attorneys Office. 

Contact us today at the number at the top of your screen to get connected with an experienced federal criminal defense attorney.

Do Not Take on the Government Alone

The sheer amount of resources at the disposal of the federal authorities, whether the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the U.S. Marshalls, FBI, CIA or other federal arresting authority, are enormous. 

Some of these include countless hours of visual surveillance, wiretaps, and other covert evidence gathering techniques designed to legally skirt individual privacy rights under the constitution’s fourth and fifth amendments. 

Typically, government investigations will have been thorough and well organized, so it is important to contact a criminal attorney as soon as you become aware that you are under investigation so that your attorney may ensure that your rights are protected throughout every step of the process.

I Received a Federal Subpoena, What Should I do?

A “subpoena” is a request made by a court demanding an individual provide evidence for a particular case.  

If you have received a subpoena, you may or may not be directly involved in a case.

Subpoenas are often presented to:

  • defendants (the person defending against a criminal charge)
  • witnesses, 
  • potential co-conspirators, or 
  • anyone who may have knowledge of a particular case.

Contact a federal criminal defense attorney from the Blanch Law Firm today to learn about your rights during the federal subpoena process and how to protect them.

I Was Indicted by a Federal Grand Jury, What Should I Do?

Federal prosecutors typically do not even authorize an arrest until having undertaken a protracted and in-depth investigation. Often defendants have already been indicted by a grand jury before they becoming aware that they were under criminal investigation.

If you have been formally indicted by a federal grand jury it is important that you get in contact with a federal criminal attorney today.

How Do I Get My Case Dismissed?

Federal criminal cases may be dismissed for a variety of issues including both procedural and substantive issues.  These issues vary from lack of evidence to failure to prosecute.

It would be irresponsible and unethical to suggest that by hiring a criminal lawyer for your federal case you will automatically obtain a dismissal.  Every case is different and you should be skeptical of an attorney who makes promises about the outcome of your case before you have retained them.

Our attorneys will strive to get you the best results possible.  Contact The Blanch Law Firm and their experienced federal criminal defense attorneys today.

Will My Case Go To Trial?

A very small percentage of federal crimes ever make it to a federal trial.  However, if there is ever a need for a great criminal defense strategist, it’s in the federal court arena.

Our Federal Practice Areas:

Our attorneys have experience handling federal criminal charges and investigations, including allegations of:

Federal Antitrust
Federal Blackmail
Federal Bribery
Federal Embezzlement
Federal Enterprise Corruption
Federal Extortion
Federal FCPA
Federal Healthcare and Insurance Fraud
Federal Investment Fraud
Federal Mail Fraud
Federal Money Laundering
Federal RICO
Federal Wire Fraud
Federal Government Investigations

Federal Drug Crimes including:
Federal Drug Distribution and Manufacturing
Federal Drug Possession
Federal Drug Sales
Federal Drug Trafficking

Commercial Litigation
Antitrust & Trade Regulation
Civil RICO
Labor and Employment

All Federal Misdemeanors & Federal Felonies including:

Federal Cigarette Smuggling
Federal Computer & Internet Crime (Cybercrime)
Federal Manslaughter/Homicide
Federal Weapons Charges
Federal Human Trafficking
Federal Appeals
Arms Export Control Act

Contact us today at the number at the top of your screen to get connected with an experienced federal criminal defense attorney.

What a Federal Criminal Lawyer Can Do for You:

The answer depends on the details of your particular case. 

To begin, you will need a criminal attorney advocating for you.  Someone who is able to devote the time and resources necessary to analyze the prosecution’s case. 

Ryan Blanch and the attorneys at The Blanch Law Firm focus primarily on complex white collar and federal criminal litigation in New York and across the east and west coasts.

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