One of the fundamental concepts of our justice system is that a defendant is presumed innocent under the law unless the prosecution proves the defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. This means that a defendant can only be convicted if the jury is satisfied “to a moral certainty” by the evidence that a defendant is guilty. Your case can benefit best from the help of a New Jersey federal criminal defense lawyer.
Contact a New Jersey Federal Criminal Lawyer
For more understanding of your criminal case, contact New Jersey federal criminal defense lawyer Tim Anderson of The Law Offices of Timothy R. Anderson, LLC at (732) 212-2812.
The Constitution guarantees people the rights of protection against unwarranted searches and seizures. Law enforcement authorities need a legitimate reason to stop you but, in some cases, the reason for the stop might be that they suspect you committed a crime. If they detain you,you should talk to a New Jersey criminal defense attorney about your rights as soon as possible.
The U.S. Constitution guarantees citizens against unreasonable search and seizure. However, this rule does not apply uniformly in all cases, despite what people may mistakenly assume. The police do not always need a warrant to conduct a search. This video discusses situations when law enforcement officers have the right to search without first obtaining a warrant. And to learn more about your rights, talk to a New Jersey federal criminal defense attorney.
Saying the wrong thing at the wrong time could seriously damage your criminal case, even if you do not mean to say anything wrong. You should only discuss your case with your criminal defense lawyer, since the prosecution might grill your relatives and friends about the case or try to convince them to testify against you.
While federal sentencing laws can be quite complex, it is important for those facing federal criminal charges to take the time to understand exactly what sentence they could potentially face if convicted. Arming yourself with this knowledge can help you and your New Jersey federal criminal defense attorney make educated decisions regarding your case. Watch the video below for information regarding the federal criminal sentencing process.
The underlying principle for a white-collar downward departure is that the offense level determined under the governing guideline substantially overstates the seriousness of the offense.