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What Should I Do When I Receive a Grand Jury Subpoena?

Categories: Grand Jury

Call the Federal Attorney Law Firm of Oberheiden P.C. Today: 866-Hire-Nick: Free & Confidential If you receive a federal grand jury subpoena, that means that you or someone you know or were affiliated with is the target of a federal criminal investigation. With this proximity and danger in mind, you should immediately contact the experienced…

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What is a Grand Jury Subpoena Duces Tecum?

Categories: Grand Jury

Subpoena paper

When conducting federal investigations, the U.S. Attorney’s Office has a number of investigative tools at its disposal. One of these tools is the grand jury subpoena. Despite its name, the grand jury subpoena is issued by the U.S. Attorney’s Office – not the grand jury – and the U.S. Attorney’s Office has the power to…

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What Can You Expect in a Grand Jury Subpoena?

Categories: Criminal Law & Process

grand jury subpoena

The federal grand jury process is a unique proceeding that can have significant consequences for those who are called to testify. Federal prosecutors use grand jury proceedings as a means to gather evidence from individuals who may either be witnesses to suspected illegal activity or suspects in the government’s investigation. However, it is not unusual…

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What To Expect At Your Deposition

Categories: Litigation

RAC Audit

Skilled Federal Defense Attorneys Available For You In our experience, clients have one of two reactions to learning that they are going to be deposed as either a party or a witness to civil litigation. Either they are nervous and scared that they will ruin the case by answering the questions posed by the opposing…

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When Is Healthcare Fraud Criminal?

Categories: Anti-Kickback Issues

Healthcare Fraud

Dr. Nick Oberheiden, Esq. www.federal-lawyer.com Direct: (214) 469-9009 1-800-810-0259 Call Us on Weekends A question of critical importance in every healthcare investigation is whether the case can be resolved civilly, i.e. without recourse to criminal prosecution. Often, the determination as to whether a case is civil or criminal is unclear at the beginning of the…

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