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Little Rock Federal Criminal Defense

Effective Defense Against FBI, DEA, OIG, and IRS Investigations

Are you under investigation by the FBI, the DEA, or the IRS? Are agents from the Department of Justice or the Department of Homeland Security showing up at your business or your house? Did you receive a grand jury subpoena or a target letter? Are you concerned that the government is after you? Is it time to consult with an experienced Little Rock federal criminal defense attorney who only handles federal cases?

Meet Little Rock, Arkansas serving attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden. Licensed in both, the Western and the Eastern District of Arkansas federal court system, Nick dedicates his entire practice to defending people unjustly accused of federal offenses like opioid abuse, health care fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, money laundering, drug trafficking, bribery, identity theft, bank fraud, federal conspiracies, tax fraud, computer crimes, and many other federal offense types.

Nick Oberheiden


Featured by media stations across Arkansas, Arkansas criminal defense lawyer Dr. Nick Oberheiden has built a track record of having avoided criminal charges in hundreds of federal cases (including in every single grand jury investigation!) against his clients. Nick has turned criminal cases into civil cases, convinced prosecutors to stop investigations, and saved the professional license of a plethora of doctors and other professionals accused of federal fraud.

Unlike most other lawyers you may find online, Nick does not take domestic violence, DUI, or assault cases. Why? Because just like a spine surgeon does not do dentist work on a side, Nick believes that a true federal lawyer should not get involved in state offenses (like DUI). So, if you are looking for features that distinguish Nick from virtually all other criminal defense lawyers: Nick’s practice is 100% federal law and Nick’s track record is 100% federal.

  • Example 1: Drug Diversion Overdose: No Charge.
  • Example 2: Life Sentence for Drug Offense: No Charge.
  • Example 3: Health Care Fraud Grand Jury: No Charge.
  • Example 4: Search Warrant for Opioid Prescriptions: No Charge.
  • Example 5: Severe Federal Computer Crime: Probation.

There is a reason why media stations and clients from across the United States seek Nick’s advice when it comes to federal litigation, federal criminal defense, and government investigations—because this is exactly the type of work Nick does for his clients. Do you have questions about a federal situation? Call Nick today and get trusted experience on your team!

Get Trusted Experience on Your Team: 866-Hire-Nick

Federal cases are not the same as a DUI or shoplifting offense. Nothing is scarier than facing the Department of Justice and the FBI trying to prosecute you. In federal cases, you simply can’t wait to hire a lawyer; you can’t experiment and start off with the wrong lawyer. By the time you realize that you hired a clueless lawyer, you may already be charged. Nick is not a DUI defense attorney and he is the wrong lawyer to call for shoplifting. However, when the United States government, the Department of Justice, the Little Rock U.S. Attorney’s Office, the FBI, the IRS, the DEA, or the OIG-HHS agents are after you, you may consider Nick’s federal experience to avoid jail or to get the case dismissed.

  • (1) Arkansas FBI, OIG, DEA, IRS Investigations. Nick has represented hundreds of people and businesses facing health care fraud, tax fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, opioid fraud, computer fraud, or other federal felony charges. The reason that the vast majority of Nick’s clients have not been charged is because of Nick’s unique approach of defending his clients. Ever heard of offense is the best defense? Exactly! Rather than sitting back and waiting for an event to happen to then defend his clients, Dr. Nick Oberheiden pursues an intense proactive approach challenging prosecutors and agents and confronting government decision-makers with exculpatory evidence, reasonable explanations, and factual and legal defenses BEFORE they are committed to bring charges. Call Nick at 866-Hire-Nick and find out how he can help you today!
  • (2) Little Rock Grand Jury Investigations. Clients from across the United States hire Nick to assist them with his experience in federal grand jury investigations. Nick has represented dozens and dozens of individuals and companies in some of the country’s best-known high-profile investigations as well as business owners just trying to save their license, livelihood and their liberty. If you think that just producing requested records to the grand jury is the appropriate response to a grand jury subpoena, you are wrong. Dead wrong! Call 866-Hire-Nick to speak to Nick immediately and directly and obtain the advice needed to stay out of trouble.
  • (3) Case Dismissals & Probation. Few lawyers (feel encouraged to ask!) can represent to you that they have obtained dismissals in federal cases involving the United States or obtained probation in cases, where the sentencing guidelines suggested years of incarceration. Nick is that kind of lawyer! Just most recently, Nick convinced a federal judge to grant his request for probation in a severe computer crime case. Similarly, Nick’s vivid court presentation persuaded a federal judge to grant Nick’s request for probation in a federal health care fraud case despite the government’s articulate opposition and a suggested sentencing of years in prison.

10 Important Questions Regarding Federal Criminal Cases in Arkansas

Little Rock, Arkansas is part of the Eastern District of Arkansas, which is one of 95 federal districts nationally. Federal prosecutors and FBI, DEA, IRS, and OIG agents in Little Rock and the counties of Pulaski County, Faulkner County, Grant County, Lonoke County, Perry County, and Saline County are tasked to prosecute any form of federal white-collar crimes (opioid fraud, health care fraud, mortgage fraud, bank fraud, securities fraud etc.), federal drug trafficking, computer crimes, and violent federal offenses like kidnapping or RICO violations. The following are among the questions new Arkansas clients ask attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden most frequently.

Who Investigates Federal Cases in Little Rock, Arkansas?

Why Are Arkansas Doctors Targeted?

Why Are Little Rock Physicians Prosecuted in DEA Opioid Investigations?

What Are Common Health Care Fraud Charges in Little Rock, Arkansas?

What Is a Federal Conspiracy?

How Does Sentencing in Federal Cases in Little Rock, Arkansas Work?

Will I Go to Jail If I Am Under Federal Investigation?

What Should I Do When FBI or DEA Agents Want to Interview Me?

What Should I Do When I Receive a Grand Jury Subpoena from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Little Rock, Arkansas?

How Can I Engage Nick’s Services?


Call 866-Hire-Nick to Defend Your Future

Dr. Nick Oberheiden is admitted to practice in all federal courts in Arkansas and his practice in Arkansas is limited to federal law. If you would like to speak with a trusted Little Rock federal criminal defense lawyer, call Nick or meet him in Arkansas, 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.

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