Have you been charged with a federal crime in Texas?
If convicted, you could be facing severe legal consequences. Federal criminal cases are different than state criminal cases and you will need an experienced federal criminal defense lawyer who understands the the federal court system.
After you have been charged with a federal crime, you will be scared and not sure what will happen next. You probably don't know where to go for help. It's not uncommon for innocent people to be accused of a crime they didn't commit. At this point, you need a skilled lawyer in your corner.
Our law firm is committed to providing superior legal representation to anyone facing charges in a Federal Criminal Court. We dedicate the necessary time it will take to provide an effective defense for the best possible outcome.
Regardless of the type of federal criminal case you may be facing, our experienced legal team of federal criminal attorneys can help you. We will use all our resources to give you the best chance of an acquittal at trail, dismissal of case, or to reduce your charges.
We have decades of experience in federal criminal defense experience. We have successfully defended countless criminal cases in federal courts throughout the United States.
KNOWLEDGE OF THE FEDERAL COURT SYSTEM AND FEDERAL SENTENCING
Sostenes Mireles II has been a practicing attorney in Federal Court for over 17 years. Sostenes Mireles II has taken multiple cases to a jury trial in Federal Court. Understanding how the defend a client in Federal Court is complex. Experience is critical in competent representation.
Federal criminal charges or federal investigations call for an attorney who is licensed to practice in federal court and who has specialized knowledge and experience with federal law, court procedure, and cases.
TYPES OF FEDERAL CASES WE HANDLE
If you are subject to a federal investigation or have been charged with federal offenses anywhere in the state of Florida, you will need such an attorney. We strongly advise you to contact a federal criminal attorney at our firm for a consultation about your case as soon as possible. We specialize in white collar crimes in federal courts in Florida and nationwide. We handle any type of federal charges, including:
Alien Smuggling/ Cash Smuggling/ Firearms Smuggling
The Law Office of Sostenes Mireles is a federal defense firm with more than 20 years of legal experience in dealing with criminal defense and federal cases. Our firm has been rated as a top law firm in West Texas.
When you engage the services of our law firm, you will receive the benefit of an attorney who has a thorough command of federal law, a track record of proven results, and a reputation for excellence.
DEFEND YOUR RIGHTS BY CONSULTING WITH OUR FEDERAL DEFENSE TEAM
Our firm defends all types of federal criminal cases. Regardless of the charges you are facing, when you hire a lawyer from the firm, we will vigorously protect your rights, advance your best interests, and work tirelessly to defend you, both in and out of court.
We have provided aggressive and effective representation for clients involved in federal cases throughout the country. Our firm maintains strategic alliances with law firms in Texas and the other states in an effort to fully service those facing the serious consequences of federal charges.
A federal criminal lawyer who represents you can negotiate on your behalf with federal prosecutors, work to get the charges against you reduced or dropped or get less restrictive sentences or penalties. We urge you to consult with one of our experienced federal attorneys to discover your best defense options.
TEXAS CRIMINAL LAWS
Texas' criminal statutes identify a wide range of conduct considered illegal, such as theft or murder, made punishable by fines, imprisonment, and other sanctions. Criminal laws and sanctions in Texas are similar to those of other states, but the Lone Star State is unique in a number of ways, such as its tough penalties for drug offenses and frequent use of the death penalty. It covers a wide variety of Texas criminal laws, including statutes prohibiting child abuse, kidnapping, extortion, and illicit drugs.
The accused must be taken before a judge. The judge must inform the accused of the charges against her/him and whether there is an affidavit (sworn statement) supporting the charges. The judge must also advise the accused of its right to:
• Retain counsel, or have counsel appointed if she cannot afford a lawyer (and the procedures requesting an appointment);
• Remain silent, but if she decides to make a statement to the police or court, then the statement may be used against her;
• Have an attorney present during any interview with peace officers or attorneys representing the State;
• Terminate the interview at any time;
• Conduct an examining trial (a hearing to establish reasons for the arrest or probable cause)