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ICE and DHS Are Aggressively Targeting Companies in California and Texas. Here’s What You Need to Know.

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are actively targeting California and Texas companies that hire workers from Mexico. If convicted, company owners and executives can face decades behind bars. With immigration issues taking center stage during the midterm elections and with the White House taking a firm…

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Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden Represents Clients in Kentucky

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Highly Experienced Federal Lawyer Representing Health Care Providers and Others in High-Stakes Investigations For individuals and organizations targeted in federal investigations, the consequences are very real. When the DEA, FBI, IRS, or OIG uncovers the evidence necessary to support criminal charges, federal prosecutors will aggressively pursue convictions with maximum sentences – sentences that can include…

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What Are My Options After Being Federally Indicted?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Now Is the Time to Make a Change in Your Case, Call: 866-Hire-Nick About Dr. Nick Oberheiden Attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden focuses his practice on federal litigation matters, predominantly federal criminal defense cases. Nick has represented elected officials, politicians, lawyers, prosecutors, federal agents, physicians, nurses, accountants, executives from the entertainment and sports industry, pilots, and…

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Miami Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

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Over 94% Success Rate in FBI, DEA, OIG, IRS Cases: Call 305-928-8505 Don’t look for a dentist when you need spine surgery! The Southern District of Florida, which is one of over 90 federal districts nationwide, and which covers Miami, is known for its relentless prosecutions of white collar offenses. More than elsewhere, prosecutors from…

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