Stamford Federal Criminal Defense Attorney

Experienced Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys

There are many criminal defense attorneys, but only a few of us have significant trial experience in Federal Court. Federal criminal cases involve an entirely different set of laws and courtroom procedures; we understand all of the rules and laws related to Federal Criminal Procedure, and provide outstanding representation to our clients facing federal criminal prosecution.

When you work with the criminal defense law firm of Koffsky & Felsen, LLC, you will get an experienced federal criminal defense lawyer who knows the law.

A More Challenging Defense | Tough Attorneys on Your Side

Federal criminal cases present many unique challenges, including:

  • Different laws: The Federal Criminal Code is an entirely different body of law from state laws.
  • Harsher penalties: Many federal crimes are more serious in nature than state offenses, so they carry much higher penalties than state laws.
  • More aggressive prosecution: An arrest for a federal offense is usually the result of a long, detailed investigation, the United States Attorneys handling these matters have a significant amount of discover that needs to be reviewed.
  • Different courtroom rules and procedures: Federal criminal procedure involves many different rules regarding bail, discovery and trial.

We do everything possible to get the best results for all of our clients, and nowhere is this more important than in the context of defending a federal criminal case.

Relevant Experience Handling Federal Cases

At Koffsky & Felsen, LLC, our attorneys have more than 35 years of legal experience, including almost 30 years of experience handling federal cases. We are members of the Criminal Justice Act (CJA) panel, taking federal defense cases by appointment for clients who are otherwise unable to afford their federal legal defense.

Contact a Connecticut Federal Crimes Defense Attorney

We are confident that we can help you mount a successful criminal defense in federal court. We offer a free initial consultation so that you can discuss your case with us in a no-obligation, confidential setting. Either call our office or send us an e-mail.