Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Representing Individuals and Organizations in Ashland, Kentucky
Dr. Nick Oberheiden Is an Experienced Federal Criminal Defense Attorney with Significant Results in DEA, FBI, IRS, and OIG Matters
Increasingly, health care providers and other individuals and organizations in Ashland, Kentucky have been targeted by the DEA, FBI, IRS, and OIG in federal criminal investigations. In many cases, these investigations are leading to charges for multiple federal offenses; at trial, defendants are facing the risk for substantial fines, long-term imprisonment, and other penalties. Contact our Ashland federal criminal defense lawyers to discuss question you might have.
If you are being targeted in a federal investigation in Ashland, Kentucky, you do not have to face this uncertainty alone. Dr. Nick Oberheiden is a federal law criminal defense attorney who has a significant track record of helping individuals and organizations avoid charges in federal investigations. While each case is unique, Dr. Oberheiden can use his experience to quickly assess the merits of the government’s case and develop a customized case strategy focused on resolving your investigation as quickly and favorably as possible.
About Dr. Nick Oberheiden, Federal Criminal Defense Attorney
Dr. Oberheiden has been featured on media outlets across the nation as a result of his federal litigation practice. Dr. Oberheiden is one of a limited number of attorneys serving clients in Ashland, Kentucky, whose practice is 100% devoted to federal law cases. He is among an even smaller group of lawyers who have particular experience in cases involving health care fraud and opioid fraud allegations under the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, Stark Law, Controlled Substances Act, and other federal statutes. It is vital you have experienced Ashland Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers representing you.
In recent years, Dr. Oberheiden has successfully represented clients facing allegations including, but not limited to:
- Medicare and Medicaid Fraud
- Tricare and DOD Fraud
- Opioid Fraud and Diversion
- Illegal Kickbacks and Referral Fees
- Mail and Wire Fraud
- Tax, Bank, and Insurance Fraud
- Money Laundering
- Criminal Conspiracy
- Computer Crimes and Identity Theft
- Commission of Various Other Serious White-Collar Federal Offenses
Asland Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden Answers Your Questions about DEA, FBI, IRS, and OIG Investigations
Q: Do All Federal Crimes Carry the Potential for Imprisonment?
Technically, no. Some federal crimes are minor offenses that do not carry the potential for prison time. However, if you are the subject of an ongoing investigation involving the DEA, FBI, IRS, or OIG, there is a good chance that you are being targeted for multiple offenses that carry the potential for long-term imprisonment.
Q: What Are Some Potential Defenses to Federal Health Care Fraud and Prescription Drug Fraud Allegations?
Defending against federal health care fraud and prescription drug fraud allegations requires a multi-faceted approach that attacks each aspect of the government’s case. While one strategy is to demonstrate your innocence, other potential strategies include challenging the government’s investigative techniques (so that key evidence will be excluded), asserting your fundamental Constitutional rights, and raising questions about government’s ability to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt.
Q: When Should I Hire an Ashland Federal Criminal Defense Attorney?
If you have any concerns about a potential federal investigation, you should speak with an attorney as soon as possible. If you have been contacted by the DEA, FBI, IRS, OIG, or the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Kentucky, you should schedule an initial consultation immediately. If federal prosecutors are actively building a case against you, you need to be doing everything possible to protect yourself against the risk of a conviction.
Contact Attorney Nick Oberheiden, Ph.D. about Your Federal Case in Ashland, Kentucky
For more information about defending against a federal investigation in Ashland, Kentucky, you can contact Dr. Oberheiden a proven Ashland federal criminal defense lawyer, directly for a free initial consultation. To speak with Dr. Oberheiden about your case in confidence, call 866-Hire-Nick now.