What to do if you are charged with a Federal Crime

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Being charged with a federal crime can be intimidating. It’s important to make sure that you have the best legal representation possible before you enter the courtroom. While you can be appointed an attorney by the court, it is best to have someone you have full faith in representing you at the trial. Osborne & Wilmoth Law Firm is one of the only firms in northwest Arkansas that handles these types of cases along with your other legal needs.

The trial is to protect your right to due process and will be the final determination on your guilt or innocence. The burden of proof is on the prosecutor. They must show that beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the crime.

Federal defense lawyers can raise reasonable doubt can come in a variety of forms, from showing the defendant has an alibi, to expressing alternative theories to the case, or even creating doubt around witness testimony.

If the defense lawyer can show reasonable doubt then the jury must acquit.

If you are involved in a federal criminal case, Osborne & Wilmoth Law Firm will provide you with aggressive advocacy when you need it the most. We’ve handled countless federal criminal cases and we will help you navigate the strict and complex arena of the U.S. Government’s court system. Contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced federal law experts. 

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