A federal crime is any violation of a statute that was passed by the United States Congress. In most cases, these are crimes or criminal activity that occurs on a national level or has the ability to impact people on a national level. While there are many similarities between federal criminal trials and state criminal trials, there are also a number of key differences. If you have been accused of a federal crime in North Carolina, you need an attorney who understands these differences. Attorney Mark Foster of Foster Law Offices, PLLC, is here to help you build a strong defense against your charges.
Felonies are some of the most serious offenses recognized by the state of North Carolina. If you have been charged with a felony in North Carolina, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side in court.
Mark Foster represents clients on all types of misdemeanor charges in Mecklenburg County courts, including domestic violence, driving while impaired, and other drug and traffic charges. He has handled many hundreds of misdemeanor cases and has tried dozens of misdemeanor trials with many victories.
Because they don't typically involve violence, white collar crimes are different from most other crimes. However, they still carry significant penalties that can change your life dramatically. If you have been charged with fraud or white collar crime in North Carolina, you need to consult a defense attorney as soon as possible.
It is never too early to retain a criminal defense attorney. If you suspect that a criminal investigation may lead to a criminal charge, you need an experienced, highly skilled pre-indictment investigations attorney on your side. Attorney Mark Foster has over 35 years of experience in both defending and prosecuting criminal cases.