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Our Arkansas Practice Experience

  • Grand Jury Subpoenas
  • Federal Criminal Defense
  • Federal Trial Lawyers
  • Whistleblower Cases
  • HHS, DEA, IRS, OIG, FBI Cases
  • OIG Subpoenas
  • Search Warrant Defense

Our Federal Practice Experience:

Arkansas Federal Criminal Defense

Want the Most Experienced for Your Arkansas Case?

Trained at Harvard Law School and UCLA Law, a Ph.D. level lawyer, whose latest book was supported by United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer, the Chief Justice of Brazil, and other legal authorities—Nick truly is the kind of analytical brain you want on your team to battle sophisticated prosecutors. Nick is a perfectionist, who offers legal advice marked by precision, depth of knowledge, reliability, and success.

Nick Oberheiden

Dr. Nick Oberheiden is the nationally recognized federal attorney known for defending clients in difficult federal criminal defense cases. Nick has been described as “federal litigation superstar,” “true lifesaver” and “simply unrivaled.”

Nick handles a wide variety of federal criminal matters throughout Arkansas with an emphasis in representing business owners and professionals in white-collar investigations, and federal prosecutions around the country. For example, Nick has successfully represented health care business owners, CEOs, physicians, lawyers, and even current federal law-enforcement agents and current state and current federal prosecutors in complex criminal investigations. If federal prosecutors turn to Nick when they themselves need reliable legal advice in critical personal situations, you get a flair for Nick’s excellent reputation— and skillset. Serving clients in:

  • Little Rock (72205)
  • North Little Rock (72117)
  • Fayetteville (72703)
  • Fort Smith (72903)
  • Mountain Home (72653)
  • Sherwood (72120)
  • Lake Village (71653)
  • Texarkana (71854)
  • Jonesboro (72401)
  • Hot Springs
  • Bentonville
  • Van Buren (72956)
  • Conway (72034)
  • And more.

Dr. Nick Oberheiden is your first line of defense, and exceptional lawyer that has all the key components and features that you want on your team. He has been featured by media outlets in all 50 states and appeared on local and national stations on numerous topics in the area of federal litigation, federal criminal cases, and issues of constitutional and national significance. Notably, while on air, Nick demonstrated his analytic talents when he correctly predicted the outcome of every single upcoming federal litigation case he was asked to discuss with journalists.

Call for a confidential consultation today. Speak to Nick directly (not a secretary!) at 866-Hire-Nick.

How Does the Arkansas Federal Criminal System Work?

If you look around, you probably noticed that every criminal lawyer advertises for a wide variety of criminal cases: drunk driving, DUI, assault, rape, murder, shoplifting, and so on.

Not so Nick. Nick does not practice in Arkansas state courts. For years, Nick has made a name for himself by only taking federal cases. The reason? It’s simple. Just like you would not want a dentist to operate on your knee replacement, you should be selective when it comes to letting the right lawyer “operate” on your federal case.

If you are under investigation by federal law enforcement, you should look for a lawyer that—every day—handles federal law enforcement cases, a lawyer that daily (and not just occasionally) stands in front of federal judges and who negotiates non-prosecution agreements with federal prosecutors for a living. Just like tooth and knee procedures, state and federal cases are distinctively different.

Federal Agencies. Appearing before the FBI, the IRS, the DEA, the U.S. Secret Service, the Office of Inspector General, Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Defense, the Department of Justice, the Department of Homeland Security, and other federal law enforcement agencies in charge of prosecuting federal offenses is just not the same as getting a misdemeanor in traffic court.

Federal Offense Types. Nick’s practice focus lies on federal white-collar investigations and offenses. Nick has represented hundreds of people and businesses in federal health care fraud cases (DEA opioid fraud, Medicare fraud, illegal kickbacks, False Claims Act investigations, Civil Investigative Demand, Stark Law cases etc.) in Arkansas and throughout the nation. Nick convinced even the toughest DOJ-prosecutors and federal judges to believe his client in money laundering, federal fraud, federal theft, wire fraud, mail fraud, mortgage fraud, bank fraud, securities fraud, bribery, public corruption and computer crime cases. In more than 90% of all federal criminal investigations, Nick and his team avoided criminal charges.

Call for a confidential consultation today. Speak to Nick directly (not a secretary!) at 866-Hire-Nick.

How Do You Pick a Federal Lawyer?

Long before you can’t ignore the problems anymore, it is time to think about the right lawyer for your case. In the situations, selecting an attorney may become one of the most decisions you will ever make. Our attorneys offer unparalleled careers and distinctions within the federal litigation and federal criminal justice system. That means you are obtaining a level of legal experience that most other lawyers simply don’t have. Follow these guidelines.

First of all, you want to make sure that your lawyer is not a generalist but limits his or her practice to what matters to you, federal defense. The best murder defense lawyer in town may lack the nuanced understanding of, for example, a complex health care investigation or convoluted questions of Medicare billing. Second, you should ask the lawyer candidate point blank (with the figurative “gun to the head”) for a detailed summary of outcomes in the last 100 federal criminal cases that this lawyer has personally handled. Third, if your case involves, for example, a particularly specialized area of law, like illegal kickbacks, you should ask your lawyer candidate specific questions (and insist on specific answers) as to how many cases the lawyer that will handle your case has successfully resolved without charges being filed.

At the end of the day it comes down to: Performance. By talking to the lawyer you must reach a level of comfort and trust that this specific lawyer is the one you want to be fighting for you and standing next to you in court. Ask yourself: Is this the federal lawyer that federal prosecutors, judges, and juries will respect with admiration?

With hundreds of federal cases, FBI, OIG, DEA, IRS, and Justice Department investigations, federal defense attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden is among the most demanded and best-known boutique attorneys in the country. You may have already heard that he takes remarkably good care of his clients. In fact, clients of Nick don’t deal with secretaries or paralegals; no junior lawyer will experiment on your livelihood. If you hire Nick, you get Nick.

Call 866-Hire-Nick for a Free Consultation

Dr. Nick Oberheiden limits his practice to federal law and he is admitted in all federal courts throughout Arkansas. If you would like to speak with Nick or meet him, call him directly on his mobile phone, including on weekends, at 866-Hire-Nick. You can also contact him online. All consultations are free and 100% confidential.

Who Will Handle Your Case

When you hire us, you will not work with paralegals or junior lawyers. Each lawyer in our Health Care Practice Group has handled at least one hundred (100) matters in the health care industry. So, when you call, you can expect a lawyer that immediately connects with your concerns and who brings in a wealth of experience and competence. For example, you need someone like Lynette S. Byrd, a former federal prosecutor in health care matters, who recently left the government and who is now sharing the valuable insights she gained as a health care prosecutor with our clients.

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