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Being charged with a Federal offense is an extremely serious matter. The Federal government has unlimited resources with which to investigate and prosecute a person who it thinks has run afoul of a Federal statute. In many cases, the Federal government has spent months (or even years) investigating and amassing criminal charges before it arrests the person under investigation.

The consequences of being convicted of a Federal crime can be severe; long prison sentences and very high fines are not uncommon. And, to make matters worse, since the Federal system does not offer the chance for parole, a person convicted of a Federal crime and sentenced to Federal prison can expect to serve around 85% of that sentence.

Even if the person convicted of a Federal crime is placed on Federal probation, he/she will be under Federal supervision for a determinate period of time and be forced to give up many of the freedoms that we all take for granted.

So, as you can see, it is imperative that a person under Federal investigation or charged with a Federal crime hires an experienced, aggressive criminal defense attorney to represent and defend him/her. Drew Prisner is just such an attorney.



Types of Federal Offenses

There are many types of Federal offenses with which a person can be charged. Listed below are some of the more common ones:

  • Drug Trafficking

  • Immigration Offenses

  • Wire Fraud

  • Conspiracy

  • Tax Evasion

  • White Collar Crimes

  • Bank Robbery

  • Online Solicitation of a Minor

  • Child Pornography

  • Passport Fraud

  • Computer Offenses

The Federal Criminal Process

There are many factors that can affect the way a federal criminal case may unfold, but it still helps to have a basic understanding of the process at large. To learn more about the federal criminal process, visit my blog. There, among other educational tidbits, you’ll find articles that delve into how the federal criminal process works, as well as Federal agencies and criminal sentencing.

Work with an Attorney Who’s on Your Side

Drew Prisner is an experienced criminal defense lawyer whose primary office is in Houston, Texas. He will defend your Federal criminal case diligently, and he will handle it with the same professionalism that has earned him the prestigious title of American Chemical Society “Lawyer-Scientist.”

If you have been arrested for a Federal offense, or if you are currently under investigation by a Federal agency, the potential effect on your life can be devastating. You need a lawyer who understands what you are going through; someone who will defend your rights and your freedom. That’s why people in Texas turn to criminal defense attorney Drew Prisner.


Good people can sometimes find themselves in a bad situation. Hiring the right attorney to defend your Federal case can be the difference between a dismissal and being found guilty and possibly going to Federal prison or being deported. When you work with attorney Drew Prisner, he will handle your case with passion and integrity. More important, he will remain by your side every step of the way. If you need strong representation for your Federal criminal case, call Drew today.