Knowledgeable Federal Crimes Defense Representation
The consequences of federal crimes charges can be tremendous. Federal prosecutors are known for vigorously pursuing even the most trivial cases. And sentencing in federal courts can be extremely severe. As federal courts try criminal cases differently than state courts, it is important to have an experienced criminal defense lawyer on your side who understands federal court procedures and who will aggressively fight for you.
I am attorney William V. Cristman, and I am prepared to provide you with the best available defense. While doing what is necessary to negotiate with federal prosecutors, I am always ready to try your case at trial. I understand the seriousness of your case, and I will use all my knowledge, experience and resources to reduce or eliminate consequences and achieve the best possible outcome for you.
The Sort Of Federal Crimes Representation We Provide
In my 15 years of experience as a criminal defense attorney, I have been providing aggressive and thorough representation in the most challenging criminal defense cases.
My law office provides representation in the following federal cases:
- Drug manufacturing, distribution and possession cases
- Wire fraud, mail fraud, forgery, embezzlement and other white collar crimes
- Internet crimes, including child pornography and solicitation charges
- Federal weapons charges
- Violent crimes
- Federal conspiracy charges and other federal offenses
Experience In Trying Federal Cases
The outcomes of federal cases generally concern the individual circumstances. When speaking to you during the initial consultation, I will discuss in depth your situation and help you understand the federal criminal process. I then will provide you a frank assessment of your case while discussing with you your legal options.
I have extensive experience trying violent felony and complex drug conspiracy cases in state and federal courts. I regularly represent clients charged with crimes in the U.S. District Court, District of Vermont. As I understand the federal arraignment process and the deadlines that federal courts set, I am extremely aware of the need to take prompt action.