San Antonio Federal Criminal Defense Attorney
Have you been accused of a federal crime in San Antonio?
When you are facing federal criminal charges, it is imperative that you
retain the services of a seasoned San Antonio federal criminal defense
lawyer. Federal courts have a conviction rate of 90%, so you must proceed
with excellent legal representation if you hope to achieve an acquittal
or more lenient sentencing.
The law firm of Guy L. Womack & Associates, P.C. can help you if you
are facing federal criminal charges. We understand the gravity of the
situation, and we will work efficiently and effectively for your defense.
We are a father/son team with
more than 4 decades of combined legal experience in federal court. We have successfully represented countless clients in
hundreds of cases.
Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer Serving San Antonio, TX
Federal crimes carry much heavier sentences than charges filed in state
court. There are many types of federal crimes including
federal sex crimes,
white collar crimes, and a range drug crimes, including:
If you are convicted of a federal offense, you are evaluated on a points
system which is used to determine the severity of the sentence imposed.
There are four zones of sentencing:
- Zone A: 0-6 months in prison
- Zone B: maximum sentence of 12 months in prison
- Zone C: maximum sentence of 18 months in prison
- Zone D: maximum sentence of life in prison
When a defendant is facing federal criminal charges, it is necessary to
call upon a law firm that is admitted to practice in federal court. Most
criminal lawyers serve only in state court, and are not admitted to federal
court. It could not be more important to retain the services experienced
and skilled federal criminal defense lawyer. Exercise your right to remain
silent when dealing with law enforcement. Our firm is highly accomplished,
respected and well-connected in the federal court system.
Contact us today for a defense team that will fight for you. We also serve as defense
counsel for state charges and in military court.