Five Things You Need To Know About Federal Court

Federal criminal charges such as white collar crimes are life-changing events that no one wants to contend with. The stigma of these charges can be ruinous for the accused's reputation, business operations and financial standing. And precious freedoms are at stake if a guilty verdict is handed down at trial.

The Eads & Eads, Attorney at Law, law firm is well-known throughout the southeastern U.S. for aggressively protecting the rights of its clients in the region's federal courts. Noted criminal defense lawyer Randall C. Eads has the experience, efficiency and eloquence that defend your interests.

This commitment, combined with a tradition of responsive personal service, ensures that you will be guided through the court system carefully and compassionately.

5 Things You Need To Know About Federal Court

Here are just a handful of top priorities to keep in mind if your case proceeds past the investigative phase to a federal courtroom.

  • Don't talk to anyone — especially law enforcement.
  • Hire the best lawyers you can find — because federal government prosecutors have virtually unlimited resources with which to try and convict you. They may be building a credible case against you even as you read this.
  • Tell us all you know — about your case and charges, including providing any supporting documents that can verify your side of the story.
  • Let us speak for you — and trust us to protect your rights at all stages of the legal process.
  • In case of a negative verdict, you may want to appeal — especially if some irregularity violated your right to a fair trial.

In federal cases for white collar crimes, Eads & Eads, Attorney at Law, is the law firm whose broad knowledge of the justice system and track record of success increase your chances of putting this crisis behind you.

To arrange an initial consultation and discuss your situation confidentially with skilled defense lawyer Randall C. Eads, reach us by phone in Abingdon at 276-477-5824 or by email message.

We are licensed to practice in the states of Virginia, Tennessee and Mississippi.