“Greg went above and beyond to help me out and ultimately closed everything out promptly. I wouldn't look any further than Greg Rosenfeld when looking for a lawyer to represent me again.” – John F.
The most serious crimes are prosecuted at the federal level. Federal crimes are usually incredibly complex and can take months or even years of investigations by the FBI, DEA, and other federal law enforcement agencies. These agencies along with federal prosecutors also have extensive resources at their disposal and are relentless when seeking a conviction.
If you are facing an investigation or have been arrested for a federal offense, turn to the Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld. We can stand by you throughout the criminal process and fight to protect your interests. Having an attorney early on in the investigation is critical to obtaining a favorable outcome. In some cases, the investigation can even be stopped without charges being filed. We have the experience, insight, and tenacity to skillfully handle federal investigations, federal prosecutors, and federal agencies.
The penalties vary depending on the severity of the crime and one's criminal history. If you are convicted of a federal crime, you may face time in federal prison, fines, and a criminal record. For many crimes, such as drug trafficking, judges also use mandatory minimum sentences, which means you can expect to spend years in prison. The U.S. government also has the authority to seize assets that they believe were used in the commission of the crime. Once seized, the assets can be extremely difficult to recover.
Federal crimes require an aggressive, well-prepared defense. The Law Offices of Greg Rosenfeld can put our skills and experience on your side. We encourage you to get started at your earliest convenience by setting up your first meeting.
To get started, call (561) 475-5550 or send us a message.
"Attorney Rosenfeld was a godsend for us. Our daughter had been in Florida for several years trying to overcome an opioid addiction. In 2015 she made a huge mistake due to financial hardship and attempted to shoplift. She was caught and was facing 2 felony charges. With a year sober and a steady job a public defender tried to get her a reduced sentence. She made at least a half-dozen court appearances and had since moved out of state but the prosecutor refused to budge. Our daughter had since obtained her commercial real estate license and had become engaged to be married......"Read More