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Criminal Defense

You Deserve Experience & Aggressive Representation​

Federal and State Criminal Defense Attorneys

 

The team at Becnel Law  have extensive experience in representing individuals who have been subpoenaed before grand juries or otherwise involved in criminal investigations.   We handle matters associated with criminal charges and arrests such as petitions for nondisclosure of completed deferred adjudications, expunction of criminal records, petitions to seal juvenile matters and restricted occupational driver’s licenses. Our firm is dedicated to providing quality legal representation. Don't try to navigate this alone, make us your legal team.

 

When necessary our defense team includes experienced experts from other fields such as:

  • Medical Doctors

  • Psychologists and Psychiatrists

  • Forensic Accountants

  • Accident Reconstruction Experts

  • Investigators

Federal Offenses

 

White Collar Offenses

  • Bank Fraud

  • Computer Related Crimes

  • Embezzlement

  • Environmental Offenses

  • Federal Contractor Fraud

  • Federal Taxation Offenses

  • Health Care Fraud

  • Wire & Mail Fraud

 

Narcotics and Drugs

  • Conspiracy

  • Importation

  • Manufacturing

 

Other Federal Offenses

  • Bank Robbery and Assault

  • Weapons & Firearms Offenses

State Offenses

 

White Collar Offenses

  • Environmental Offenses

  • Fuel Taxation

  • Insurance Fraud

  • Embezzlement

 

Other

  • Assault

  • Computer Related Crimes

  • Drug Offenses

  • DWI and DUI

  • Family Violence

  • Murder

  • Robbery

  • Vehicular Homicide

  • Robbery

  • Sexual Offenses

FAQ's for Criminal Defense

What is the difference in a federal offense and a state offense?

The federal court and state court are two completely different systems. Federal offenses will be investigated by FBI, DEA, and other federal government agencies. State offenses will be investigated by local police, state agents or parish sheriffs. Federal judges will preside over federal criminal cases and elected state judges will preside over state offenses.  

Is it possible for criminal offense charges to be dropped?

Yes, it is possible for state and federal charges to be dropped once proven innocent. To have the best chance of this happening, contact a criminal defense attorney right way.