Experienced Federal Criminal Defense
Defending a case in federal court can be significantly more complicated than in state court. The investigators and prosecutors have tremendous resources at their disposal, and the penalties can be much more severe.
The attorneys of Pines Bach LLP, in Madison, have the skill and experience to succeed in federal court — and the record to prove it. Peer reviews by members of the judiciary and the bar have earned many of our attorneys listings in Wisconsin Super Lawyers, as well as Martindale-Hubbell ratings of “AV Preeminent*,” the highest rating for legal ability and professional ethical standards.
Reputation For Success
Our record of successfully defending our clients includes securing positive results for those facing a wide range of federal charges such as:
- Drug charges
- White collar criminal charges
- Public corruption
- Felony and misdemeanor sex crimes
- Violent crimes
We also effectively assist professionals whose ability to practice in their field may be threatened by the charges they face. We not only offer strong defense against federal criminal charges, we also persuasively defend professional licenses.
The lawyers at Pines Bach LLP understand what is at risk for our clients and what they need to face their criminal charges with confidence. Our firm has decades of experience helping create the most effective defenses for our clients in all courts, including federal court. We offer seasoned and undeterred defense that gives our clients the advantage when facing federal charges.
Our firm also has extensive experience in appealing federal convictions and seeking other post-conviction relief to help minimize the penalties people may be facing.
Experienced Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys
*AV®, BV®, AV Preeminent® and BV Distinguished® are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used under in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings fall into two categories – legal ability and general practice standards.