Federal Crimes

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Minneapolis Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers

Get Our Nationally-Recognized Attorneys On Your Side

A federal crime is defined as any crime that violates United States federal law – and depending on the nature of your crime, you may also be facing charges at the Minnesota state level, too. These offenses are prosecuted in federal court and can result in serious, life-changing penalties, including a sentence in federal prison.

To ensure that you have the legal muscle you need on your side, it’s important to contact our Minneapolis federal criminal defense lawyers right away. At Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A., we have over 100 years of combined legal experience protecting our clients in complex federal-level criminal proceedings. While it can be extremely overwhelming to face a federal trial, our team will draw on our vast resources, reputation, and experience to help you fight for your rights.

If you have been charged with a federal crime, you have no time to waste! Contact the criminal defense attorneys at Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. for a free consultation.

Aggressive Representation for All Types of Federal Charges

In the United States, most crimes are charged at the local and state level rather than the federal level. This is because criminal codes and statutes can vary dramatically from state to state. Additionally, the majority of criminal charges involve minor crimes and violations and do not cross state boundaries.

By the time a federal agent knocks on your door, it’s very likely that the government has been building a case against you for months – or even years. Because federal agencies enjoy extensive resources that state and local officials do not, it is difficult to stand up and fight when a prosecutor or federal agent is attempting to deprive you of your rights.

Not all attorneys are equally equipped to represent your interests if you have been accused of a federal crime. Since 1983, our firm has developed a reputation for tough client advocacy and committed counsel. With over 100 years of experience between our team members, we have helped many clients face down federal charges.

At Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A., we have successfully represented clients charged with various federal crimes, including:

  • Drug charges
  • Internet crimes
  • White collar crimes
  • Child pornography
  • Terroristic threats
  • Kidnapping
  • Weapons violations
  • Tax crimes
  • RICO charges
  • Conspiracy
  • Customs violations
  • Human trafficking

Secure Tough Representation in Minneapolis, MN

Our legal team has a powerful reputation for strong and strategic advocacy. Our attorney Joe Tamburino is Board Certified by the Minnesota State Bar Board of Legal Specialization: a distinction earned by just 3% of attorneys in the state. We have also been included in the list of Super Lawyers® and The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers. We are confident in our ability to stand up for you and your rights, even in the face of serious federal charges.

Why work with our skilled criminal defense team:

  • We understand how to navigate the federal court system
  • We offer defense representation from former prosecutors
  • Our criminal defense team can answer your calls 24/7
  • We will start your case with a FREE case consultation
  • We have worked extensively with the U.S. Attorney General’s Office

Contact Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. today. Call (612) 444-5020.

What Should I Do If I’VE BEEN ARRESTED?

  • 1. Don’t Talk to the Police!

    It’s crucial to know that while you should remain respectful with authorities, you have the right to remain silent. This a right protected by the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which makes it clear individuals are protected from being compelled to be a witness against him / herself in criminal matters.

    It’s important to note that:

    • Talking will not help you avoid an arrest. If law enforcement has probable cause to arrest you, then they will arrest you.
    • By speaking, you risk making a confession or providing information that can be used to indict you, even unknowingly.
    • Even if you feel that information being discussed is “harmless,” it is still in your best interest to invoke your Fifth Amendment right.
  • 2. Ask for a Lawyer!
    As soon as you can you should elect your right to have a defense attorney present. A Minnesota criminal defense lawyer or public defender can ensure the police do not violate your rights and help you avoid saying anything incriminating during questioning. Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so that we can be by your side whenever you need us. Call now!

Making a Difference for OUR CLIENTS

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  • This settlement has completely changed my life.

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Why Choose Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A.?

  • We’ll start your case with a FREE, no-obligation consultation
  • Attorney Joseph Tamburino is a Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist, achieved by only 3% of Attorneys
  • We have represented thousands of clients and we have handled hundreds of jury trials
  • Our attorneys have worked as prosecutors and public defenders throughout the state
  • Our team is available 24/7 – when our clients need us, we’re there for them

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