Grano Law Offices, P.C. Represents the Toughest Federal Charges in New Mexico
As a New Mexico federal criminal defense attorney, I advise all of my clients that federal charges are different from typical state charges. There are different sentencing guidelines and procedures that take place.
However, I will advise you of your rights and make sure that you understand what is happening throughout the entire process while ensuring that you have a strong case strategy for the given situation.
If you were charged with a federal crime in New Mexico, Grano Law Offices, P.C. can help:
- Crimes under the Assimilated Crimes Act
- Possession with the Intent to Distribute Drugs
- Career Criminal Defense
- Armed Career Criminal Defense
- Illegal Reentry Defense
- RICO Defense
- Bank Robbery
- Child Pornography
- Computer Crimes
- Identity Theft
- Mail Fraud
- Money Laundering
- Immigration law violations
- Bank fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Intellectual property theft
- DUI / DWI on Federal Property
- Marijuana Defense
- Theft, Robbery, And Burglary
- Felon in Possession of a Firearms Defense
- Firearms Defense
- Misdemeanor Defense
- Sex Trafficking of Minors Defense
- Felony Defense
Federal criminal matters are different from state criminal matters in that they carry more serious consequences, and judges have less discretion in terms of sentencing, which means that getting a solid case strategy devised from the outset is important to your future.
Looking for a Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer Near You?
You should not have to face the U.S. District Attorney’s Office alone, nor do you have to resign to the help of a public defender. Stand up and give yourself every fighting chance by hiring Grano Law Offices, P.C. to take on your case. Call me for a free case strategy session today at 505-587-8649 or sending a message through my online contact form.
What Happens During the Federal Criminal Process in New Mexico?
After an arrest on federal criminal charges, you will appear for your first court date, or arraignment, with a federal judge. He or she will set bail or release you on your own recognizance, advise you of your rights, and the charges pending against you.
Following the initial appearance, you will face additional court appearances throughout the proceedings. Your case may end in a dismissal, plea deal, or a criminal sentence depending upon what they can prove.
The U.S. District Attorney assigned to prosecute your case prove all of the elements beyond a reasonable doubt to prove your guilt. As a federal criminal defense lawyer for Taos, New Mexico, I will discuss the details of your case so you understand them fully and what we can do to build a strong defensive strategy for the given situation.
Since federal sentencing guidelines are different from state courts, these cases are more challenging in terms of seeking a plea bargain if they have enough evidence against you. The most practical way to defend yourself is by hiring a New Mexico federal criminal defense attorney at Grano Law Offices, P.C. who understands the unique intricacies of these cases.