It is essential that the federal government have comprehensive and accurate information in order to run programs and make informed decisions, and this means that accurate and honest reporting is required.
In some cases, failing to make reports; failing to properly utilize or protect reports that are made; or making inaccurate reports can actually end up with prosecutors bringing criminal charges.
Since federal criminal charges are serious, you do not want to find yourself in this situation. If you do end up charged with a crime in connection with records and reports, you’ll want to be assertive in taking the right steps to protect your future.
One of the most important steps that you will need to take is to call Nick Wooldridge, a federal criminal defense attorney at LV Criminal Defense. Our experienced legal team has represented clients in Arizona, California, Utah, New Mexico, and surrounding areas who have been accused of violating laws related to reports and records. We know the technical details of the federal criminal laws applicable in your situation and we can put our knowledge to work to help you evaluate the evidence that the prosecutor has, develop a defense strategy, and take steps to minimize or avoid penalties.
Often, there are solutions to avoid jail time based on records and reports, depending how you respond to allegations against you.
The sooner you contact LV Criminal Defense, the sooner we can provide the type of smart advice you need to get acquitted or to reduce penalties through an effective plea bargain. To find out more about the ways in which our legal team can help you with records and reports offenses and other federal criminal charges, give us a call today.
Nick Wooldridge has a long track record of representing clients accused of serious federal and state crimes in Nevada.
Federal criminal laws related to records and reports are found in 18 U.S. Code Chapter 101. The relevant chapter contains six statutes including the following:
Because each of these specific statute imposes different requirements with regards to records and reports, and because each imposes its own specific penalties upon those who fail to make required records and reports, defendants accused of violating any provisions of Chapter 101 need to know the specifics of the statute under which they have been charged.
Understanding the details of what prosecutors need to prove can be complicated, but it is important to know the elements of the crime in order to build a successful defense because you should not be convicted if there is reasonable doubt about whether a prosecutor has proven every element of the offense.
An attorney will help you to understand the specifics of the crime you’ve been accused of committing so you will know what that crime entails.
If you have been accused of a federal crime in connection with records and reports, it is important that you understand your rights and make fully informed decisions regarding how you will respond to criminal charges that are brought against you. You need the right federal criminal defense lawyer who understands the provisions of 18 U.S. Code Chapter 101 and who can provide the insight you need to make fully informed choices about how to minimize or avoid penalties that could change your life.
LV Criminal Defense can help. Our experienced legal team can work with you to evaluate the evidence, to respond to questions by federal investigators, and to either negotiate the most favorable plea arrangement possible or to fight for acquittal in court.
We represent clients in California, Arizona, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, or surrounding areas and we can put our extensive knowledge of the law to work to help you navigate the federal criminal justice system. To find out more about how our firm can help you, give us a call today.