Lawyers for Federal Criminal Defense in Wyoming

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Wyoming Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys

If you are charged with a federal crime or are under federal investigation in Wyoming, do not wait to find legal representation. The longer you wait to find a lawyer, the more danger you are putting yourself in, as your legal rights could be violated.

Unfortunately, many defendants do not know the correct steps to take during the early stages of the legal process. This could result in big mistakes being made well before the trial even starts. Federal court is already complicated and stressful enough, but the sooner you receive legal advice, the sooner you can create a defense strategy that will protect your reputation, freedom, and legal rights.

The federal defense lawyers and investigators at The Criminal Defense Firm are prepared to fight for you in court. Our team provides legal services for defendants during their criminal trials in Wyoming. We also defend you during the appeals process if this becomes necessary for your case.

Federal Defense Cases We Handle For Our Clients

The Criminal Defense Firm has extensive experience in federal court and with federal laws. We have handled countless federal cases around the country and produced successful legal results for many of our previous clients. This includes federal criminal cases in Wyoming.

If you need legal representation in Wyoming, do not hesitate to contact us. We offer strong advocacy you can count on during this trying time in your life.

Federal defense cases we have taken on for our clients include:

These are only a few areas of criminal defense that our team can help you with.

Put our highly experienced team on your side

Brian J. Kuester
Brian J. Kuester

Former U.S. Attorney

Former DA

Amanda Marshall
Amanda Marshall

Former U.S. Attorney

Local Counsel

Joe Brown
Joe Brown

Former U.S. Attorney
& Former District Attorney

Local Counsel

John W. Sellers
John W. Sellers

Former Senior Trial Attorney
U.S. Department of Justice

Local Counsel

John W. Sellers
Linda Julin McNamara

Former Chief, DOJ Appeals

Local Counsel

Elizabeth Stepp
Elizabeth Stepp

Litigation Counsel

Aaron L. Wiley
Aaron L. Wiley

Former Federal Prosecutor

Local Counsel

Roger Bach
Roger Bach

Former Special Agent (OIG)

Timothy E. Allen
Timothy E. Allen

Former Senior Special Agent

Chris Quick
Chris Quick

Former Special Agent (FBI & IRS-CI)

David M. Bentz
David M. Bentz

Former U.S. Secret Service Agent

Ray Yuen
Ray Yuen

Former Supervisory Special Agent (FBI)

The Federal Court System in Wyoming

If you are charged with a federal crime in Wyoming, your case will go to the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming.

If you need to appeal the outcome of your case, the appeal will go to the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, which is located in Denver, Colorado. The Criminal Defense Firm can help you make your appeal to the Tenth Circuit if necessary.

Major Differences Between State and Federal Crimes in Wyoming

Federal crimes and state crimes do have some overlap. However, the way these crimes are penalized and processed by the court system differs dramatically. This is because of how federal and state crimes are categorized and defined by our government.

State crimes are a direct violation of state laws. In Wyoming, you will be tried in state court if you break criminal laws in Wyoming. On the other hand, if you break federal laws written by the U.S. Congress, this will be considered a federal crime and land you in federal court.

Of course, there are far fewer federal laws that you can break, and federal criminal charges are far less common than state criminal charges. Still, the potential repercussions of federal crimes are much more severe, since these laws relate to federal issues and national interests.

What this means for you is that federal charges are taken much more seriously by the justice system and by the investigators that are tasked with prosecuting your case.

Federal Criminal Charges in Wyoming Are Severe

So, why exactly are federal criminal charges so much more severe than state criminal charges? Again, this has to do with the nature of federal crimes and the legal process of the federal courts. Federal crimes are in a completely different category than state crimes and are under federal jurisdiction.

At the federal level, your case will be handled by federal prosecutors who are intent on convicting you. These government attorneys have the backing of federal agencies and federal law enforcement. Because you are being investigated for a federal crime, they will scrutinize you with the full power of the federal government.

Federal agencies are well-funded, have plenty of manpower, and are highly familiar with the federal legal process. They know how to prosecute federal cases and are more likely to get a conviction if you do not have a strong legal team behind you.

At the state level, you will not see the same level of investigation and prosecution. This is why federal criminal charges are considered to be far worse for defendants.

Frequently Asked Questions About Federal Criminal Defense in Wyoming, and The Criminal Defense Firm

Why Should I Hire The Criminal Defense Firm?


If you plan on obtaining the best legal results during your criminal trial, you need to hire a qualified legal team. Federal criminal charges must be combated with strong legal force. This is especially important since you are up against some of the most elite prosecutors and federal investigators in the country.

As an experienced federal defense team, we will provide you with legal counsel that will get you through your trial with positive outcomes. The Criminal Defense Firm has a deep understanding of federal law agencies and the federal court system. This is because many of our attorneys and consultants previously worked within the Justice Department as prosecutors and investigators.

We can successfully represent you in court, as we have for many of our clients of federal cases and criminal trials.

What Are The Possible Legal Consequences of Criminal Charges?


If you are convicted of a federal crime, the penalties could include years of jail time. In some cases, defendants end up going to prison for decades or even end up with a life sentence. Not all sentences result in this outcome, but it is possible if you are facing severe criminal allegations and do not have good legal counsel.

In addition, you could face fines reaching up to $500,000 or higher in some cases. So, not only are you facing lengthy sentencing but hefty fines that can leave you in financial ruin.

Finally, any defendants convicted of federal crimes will be barred from certain career options and could lose some of their protected rights as citizens. Your ability to travel outside the country, own firearms, and even vote could be taken away.

Again, federal crimes are serious offenses. So, do not leave your criminal defense up to unqualified legal professionals. Instead, talk with our law firm about your legal options.

What Are The Most Common Federal Crimes?


Federal crimes include a range of illegal activity that violates federal laws. The most common types of federal crimes include:


  • Fraud: Fraud is when someone tries to illegally gain money, property, or personal benefits for themselves through the use of deceit. Bank fraud, mail fraud, identity fraud, and health care fraud are examples of this crime.


  • Drug Crimes: This highly common federal crime involves illegal activities like drug trafficking, drug manufacturing, intent to make drugs with illegal chemicals, and selling and distributing drugs.


  • Immigration Crimes: Immigration crimes cover a broad range of activities. This could mean entering or leaving the country unlawfully, harboring or smuggling illegal aliens, and immigration fraud.


  • Theft: Federal theft crimes usually occur when state lines are crossed. Stealing from the government and any federal property also falls in this category of federal crimes.


  • Firearm Crimes: Unlawfully using firearms, selling firearms, illegally owning firearms, manufacturing firearms, and transporting firearms could result in federal charges.


  • Embezzlement: Embezzlement is similar to theft but involves a much more specific type of crime. This crime occurs when you keep money that was entrusted to you by its rightful owner. By misusing funds given to you in certain circumstances, you could be charged with a federal offense.


Why Does The Criminal Defense Firm Not Call Itself The Best?


Our federal defense lawyers and investigators have provided many clients with effective legal counsel. Still, hearing us talk about our legal experience and long history of successes might not be enough to convince you that we are the best law firm in Wyoming. Instead, we suggest taking a look at some of our testimonials from previous clients. This way you can get a feel for our law firm and its full capabilities.

Contact the Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers at The Criminal Defense Firm in Wyoming

Federal agencies along with the prosecution team will be working against you as you fight off your criminal charges. Because of the penalties associated with federal crimes, you want to do everything you can to avoid severe federal sentencing and other legal consequences.

The Criminal Defense Firm has the experience and legal knowledge to defend you in federal court. Our team of federal defense lawyers knows how to handle the federal courts in Wyoming for you. We are dedicated to getting you legal outcomes that align with your long-term goals.

The Criminal Defense Firm represents defendants in federal court in Wyoming. So, we recommend calling our law office as soon as you can at this number: (866) 603-4540. You can also contact us through our website. The sooner you schedule a consultation with our law firm, the faster you can move forward in court, invoke your rights, and mitigate the threat presented by the criminal charges you are facing.

Dallas 214-817-2053
Houston 713-454-7814
Detroit 313-634-0925
Baton Rouge 225-269-8749
New York 332-239-7345
Winter Park 407-890-0460
Miami 786-751-3247
Portland 207-222-7742
Nationwide 866-603-4540