We Litigate Civil And Criminal Cases At The Federal Level
When a civil or criminal case escalates to federal court, a new set of challenges can arise. Federal cases are litigated in a different jurisdiction than their state counterparts, and this can call for a different legal approach. In particular, you need to have a firm like Buzzard Law Firm whose attorneys are licensed to practice in federal court.
Our firm’s founder, Robert A. Buzzard, has a wealth of experience in navigating federal cases on behalf of clients in Harnett County. As federal court can be a daunting arena, the aid of an attorney who is familiar with its nuances can be a considerable boon to your case.
What Types Of Cases End Up In Federal Court?
When you think of federal court cases, you may imagine headline-grabbing trials that concern major crimes or large sums of money. While these types of cases certainly unfold at the federal level, far less sensational matters also arrive in this jurisdiction.
Some examples of federal criminal and civil cases that our firm can litigate include:
- Employment discrimination cases
- Federal firearms license issues
- Drug trafficking offenses
- White collar crimes
Federal court can sometimes be tilted against the individual. For criminal offenses, the penalties are often much more severe. This venue is also more advantageous to large corporations because federal litigation is often expensive. For these reasons, it is crucial to turn to the services of an experienced attorney should you have a case that is sent to federal court.
Discuss Representation For Your Federal Court Case
If your civil litigation matter is moving to federal court, or you are facing charges for a federal crime, our North Carolina lawyers can help. To schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys, call our Lillington office today at 910-808-4069 or send us an email.