Face your white collar or federal arrest head-on by learning about what you have been charged with, the federal court process, and how to properly defend yourself.
Being charged with a federal crime or receiving a target letter from the government can be a frightening experience. In many cases, federal crimes are serious accusations that can lead to severe penalties if you cannot competently defend yourself.
If you’ve been charged with drug manufacturing, gambling, fraud, or any other federal crime, you should start building your defense as soon as possible. To do this, please use the free resources in this section of our website to learn more about the crime that you are accused of and how you can defend yourself against this charge.
The majority of criminal charges are prosecuted on the state and local levels, but any crimes charged by the federal government are tried in federal court in Connecticut. If you have been arrested for a federal crime, your court process will differ from that of a person accused of a state crime.
One major difference is the type of court that you will be tried in. Federal crimes are tried in federal courthouses in the state of Connecticut. The Connecticut federal courthouses are located in Hartford, New Haven and Bridgeport. These federal crimes, sometimes referred to as “white collar” offenses, are prosecuted with the full backing of very powerful government agencies, such as the FBI, the IRS, the DEA, and many more. When you need a Connecticut white collar lawyer, you need Ruane Attorneys.
We bring our years of experience in federal criminal defense in Connecticut to bear for our clients in cases involving municipal and statewide corruption, gambling, RICO and other serious federal allegations.
If you have been charged with a federal crime, or have received a target letter from a federal agency, it is important to retain an attorney that has experience at this level and understands how to deal with the government and the various agencies it might use to help build their case. Defending a federal crime is different than defending a state crime, so hiring an attorney who understands the federal process will be essential to your case.
The lawyers of Ruane Attorneys have experience in federal courts in Connecticut, New York and are admitted to our highest federal court, the United States Supreme Court in Washington D.C. We bring our years of experience in federal criminal defense in Connecticut to bear for our clients in cases involving municipal and statewide corruption, gambling, RICO and other serious federal allegations.
With Ruane Attorneys handling your federal defense, you can be calm knowing a team of dedicated Connecticut white collar lawyers are fighting for your rights and will make sure you are treated fairly throughout the process. This is all done with one goal in mind: the best possible resolution for you, given your facts and your needs.