Federal Criminal Defense
As the former District Attorney in charge of prosecuting all Federal Criminal Defense in Collin County for over 20 years, and a former Police Officer, we know how the other side is thinking and can best evaluate your case.
We assist with JAIL RELEASE, call us today!Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys Serving Plano and North Texas
If you have been charged with a federal crime, seek legal help from an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately. Federal prosecutors often have a well-developed case before targeted individuals are even arrested.
At the Law Office of J.L. Pierce, we understand the severity of federal charges. Our firm includes skilled trial lawyers with extensive experience investigating allegations and developing the best defense strategy possible. We are committed to vigorously defending your constitutional rights.
If you are facing felony charges, do not delay. Call our Plano law office at (972) 423-0331 or e-mail us today for a free initial consultation. We have the determination and experience you need.Experienced Felony Criminal Defense Attorneys
Criminal defense attorney J.L. Pierce is a former police officer and prosecutor with more than 25 years of experience in Texas' criminal justice system. His legal career dates back to 1984 when he was first sworn in by Judge Richard A. Schell of the Eastern District as a prosecuting attorney. Mr. Pierce works with defense lawyer Tom O'Connell, who served as Collin County's elected criminal district attorney for 29 years. Their firsthand understanding of how the prosecution develops cases helps them defend clients accused of:
- Federal drug crimes -- such as trafficking drugs across state lines
- Racketeering -- including extortion, bribery, and fraud
- White collar crimes -- such as embezzlement and money laundering
- Internet crimes -- such as identity theft
- Wire fraud, mail fraud, and bank fraud
- Federal sex crimes -- including sex crimes against children
We handle high-profile cases in connection to the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). Federal prosecutors often attempt to tie an individual to alleged actions as part of a conspiracy. We present a sophisticated strategy to provide you with the best defense possible for your circumstance.
The attorneys at our law firm review the prosecutor's evidence and how they intend to present their case. We examine the case against you for weaknesses and design our defense to exploit those weaknesses. We conduct our own investigation by questioning witnesses and reviewing all the facts of the case, including any wiretap evidence. We vigorously challenge the prosecutors' charges, while determining if a trial is in your best interest. In some cases, we enter plea bargains to protect clients from risks in trial.Schedule a Free Initial Consultation
A conviction of a white collar crime often results in harsh penalties, including prison time. Do not risk you future by talking to law enforcement. Contact our law firm at (972) 423-0331 or by e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced federal criminal defense team.