Strong Defense Against Federal Crimes
People under indictment on federal charges need an experienced attorney who understands the unique nature of federal criminal law. First, the rules of procedure governing discovery, how evidence and witness testimony is handled, as well as what prosecutors can and cannot do, are very different at the federal level than how things operate in state court. Secondly, federal investigators often spend months — if not years — gathering evidence against a suspect. As a result, cases at the federal level tend to be thorough, well-prepared and supported by a great deal of evidence.
Criminal defense attorney James Boren has 40 years of experience defending people at the federal level. As a result, our office has the resources and experience needed to develop the sophisticated defense necessary to put federal prosecutors on the defensive and make clear arguments for a not-guilty verdict.
As your Baton Rouge federal charges lawyer, James Boren meticulously investigates the claims of witnesses, exposing contradictions and ulterior motives that can influence prosecutors to ignore other reliable leads and credible testimony.
He investigates leads that the government ignores, tracks down eyewitnesses excluded from the prosecution’s list of witnesses and advises our clients through all stages of an investigation or trial.
Federal Criminal Charges
The law office of James E. Boren counsels and defends clients facing the following kinds of federal criminal charges:
- Drug possession
- Manufacturing and distributing narcotics
- Drug trafficking
- Possession of child pornography
- Tax fraud
- Overbilling the government
- Money laundering
- Bribery of a public official
- Bid rigging
- Racketeering involving Indian casinos
- Hurricane Katrina fraud cases
To schedule a confidential consultation regarding your case, contact federal criminal defense lawyer James Boren today. Our experience means we understand how to undermine the charges against you and call into question the motives of paid informants, government witnesses and federal investigators.
To schedule an appointment and learn how we can help you, contact federal criminal defense attorney James Boren today.