Federal Crimes

Waukesha Federal Criminal Defense Attorney

If you've been charged with a crime in federal court, you need a good Milwaukee federal crime defense lawyer with the experience and skills to protect your rights.

Contact Reddin & Singer, L.L.P. today for your free consultation.

Our law firm has nearly three decades of legal experience defending people in federal court, both the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin (in Milwaukee), and the U.S. District Court for the Western District in Madison.

Because of that experience, our federal crime defense lawyers understand the complexity of federal sentencing guidelines. Federal penalties often come with mandatory sentences. Those sentences can be longer than in Wisconsin state courts, and few defendants qualify for probation.

In addition, our seasoned lawyers have the unique skills necessary to defend people against federal charges, which often are more complex than those in state court and can be more difficult to defend.

At Reddin & Singer, L.L.P., our attorneys will give you a solid defense against any kind of federal charge, including various federal drug charges, firearms violations, possession of child pornography, mail fraud, bank fraud, bank robberies, trafficking, conspiracy and white collar crimes.

Contact Reddin & Singer, L.L.P. today for your free consultation if you need an experienced attorney on your side to defend you against a federal criminal charge.

From our offices in downtown Milwaukee, we practice in federal and state courts throughout Wisconsin.

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