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with a Federal Investigation
Cooperating with a federal investigation
requires an attorney who can navigate these
dangerous waters. You have a right not to
incriminate yourself, but oftentimes cooperation
can shave years off of a federal prison sentence.
The attorneys of
Arnold Law Office have the experience to help you
mitigate a federal prison sentence.
The Proffer Letter: The
government can make certain promises not to use
what you say against you. This promise is secured
by a proffer letter.
A Truthful Debrief: To get
safety valve to avoid a federal mandatory minimum
sentence, you must tell the prosecuting attorney
everything about the crime truthfully.
Immunity: Full immunity is
rarely given and requires approval from the
higher-ups in the US Attorneys Office.
The feds have multiple police agencies,
investigators, forensic scientists, and the power
of the United States Attorneys Office at their
disposal. You have your lawyer. Make the best of
your attorney choice.
If you are facing the prospect of federal
prison, attorney Mike
Arnold and the Arnold Law Office
legal team will vigorously defend you against
these charges. We will provide you with the
straight-talking legal counsel your case
From drug charges to white
collar crimes, you can fight these accusations
with the help of a seasoned trial lawyer. Contact
our lawyers to set up a consultation.
Contact a Eugene Federal Criminal Defense
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