Each year, low- to mid-level employees find themselves caught up in complex federal conspiracy cases due to an alleged scheme benefiting someone above them. Oftentimes these employees were unknowingly contributing or directly benefiting from the proceeds of criminal actions. Unfortunately, in the eyes of law enforcement, such people are treated as suspects of a criminal conspiracy.

If you are under investigation for or have been charged with a federal crime, you must act quickly and decisively to protect your rights and reputation. During this difficult time it is important to have an experienced attorney working to protect your interests and tenaciously defend you from overzealous federal prosecutors.

Call 612-340-9108 for a free initial consultation with the Law Offices of William J. Mauzy.

Experienced Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer

The Law Offices of William J. Mauzy has a well-established reputation for achieving successful outcomes in complex white collar cases. Attorney Bill Mauzy has more than 30 years of experience and has handled cases of every complexity in state and federal courts.

Do Not Underestimate Severity Of Criminal Charges

Conspiracies, generally defined as two or more people agreeing to violate the law, are taken very seriously by federal prosecutors even if the crime being contemplated is never ultimately carried out. If convicted of conspiracy, conspirators face up to five years in federal prison and face harsh fines. In many cases, conspiring to commit an offense can result in as harsh a penalty as actually carrying out the crime.

Due to the complexity of these cases as well as the potential for severe punishment upon conviction, it is important to consult with an attorney about your rights. To arrange a free initial consultation with a Minnesota federal conspiracy defense lawyer, contact the Law Offices of William J. Mauzy.

Once you have been arrested, it is crucial to have an attorney begin working on your federal criminal defense immediately. Call William J. Mauzy today at 612-340-9108. You can also email his office in Minneapolis to request a consultation.