North Texas Federal Criminal Defense
Experienced North Texas Criminal Lawyers Defend Against FBI, IRS, DEA, and OIG Investigations in Frisco & McKinney
Located in North Texas, prominent law firm Oberheiden, P.C. is one the preeminent North Texas federal criminal defense law firms. Many of our lawyers joined us from leading positions at the Department of Justice in Washington D.C. and at the U.S. Attorney’s Offices in Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and many other locations. With close to 100 years of DOJ experience, we advise and defend clients in Frisco, McKinney, Collin County, and Denton County with respect to all federal litigation and federal investigations matters, including:
- Criminal Trial Attorneys
- Conspiracy Charges
- Medicare Fraud & Health Care Investigations
- Illegal Kickbacks, Bribery Charges
- Tax Fraud, Mortgage Fraud, Bank Fraud, Mail Fraud
- Money Laundering, Identity Theft, Counterfeiting, Embezzlement
- Computer Crimes
- ICE Enforcement
- White Collar Crimes
If you have reason to believe that you are under investigation, received a grand jury subpoena, were asked to be interviewed by FBI agents, or were federally indicted and need a defense lawyer, you should visit with our attorneys immediately, including on weekends, to quickly take control over the situation—with the routine and reliability of proven federal defense lawyers.
Oberheiden, P.C. Is a North Texas Team of Former Prosecutors
Featured by media stations throughout Texas and the nation, attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden and his team of federal criminal defense lawyers at Oberheiden, P.C. have helped many Texans avoid unjust charges. Clients in Frisco and McKinney have hired us to defend some of the most serious federal offenses and we have proven over and over again that we are ready to do the job right. Unlike other firms, Oberheiden, P.C. focuses its practice on federal cases leaving DUI and shoplifting matters to other law firms. Our focus is:
- Criminal Investigations by the FBI, IRS, DEA, OIG, Homeland Security, Department of Health and Human Services, Dpt. of Justice
- S. Secret Service Counterfeiting and Currency Investigations
- Defending Against Federal Grand Jury Proceedings
- Handling OIG Subpoenas, DOJ Subpoenas
- Resolving Allegations with the U.S. Attorney’s Office
- Litigating Federal Cases in Court
Our lawyers have spent their careers in federal courthouses, as prosecutors as well as in private practice. Clients from across the United States secure our services when their freedom and their future are at stake. Regardless whether you think you are innocent or not, when you are confronting the Department of Justice, you must demonstrate equal firepower.
Many of our attorneys previously supervised OIG, FBI, and DEA cases at the Department of Justice and are familiar with the prosecutors and their tactics. Our lawyers have secured a number of appreciated outcomes for individual and corporate clients in North and East Texas.
- Avoided Criminal Charges in Large Number of Fraud Investigations
- Obtained Probation in Serious Felony Matters
- Saved Many Professional Licenses
Call us immediately, let us take care of your concerns. Let us do what we have accomplished for other clients here in Texas.
FAQs: What You Need to Know about Criminal Cases in McKinney and Frisco
Q: What Is the Eastern District of Texas?
Frisco and McKinney are assigned to the Eastern District of Texas, one of four federal districts in Texas, and one of 95 federal districts nationwide. Headquarters of the Eastern District is Tyler, Texas. However, there are branches throughout Eastern Texas such as federal court houses Tyler (211 West Ferguson Street, Tyler, Texas 75702), Marshall (100 East Houston Street, Marshall, Texas 75670), Beaumont (300 Willow Street, Beaumont, Texas 77701), Texarkana (500 North State Line Avenue, Texarkana, Texas 75501), Sherman (101 East Pecan Street, Sherman, Texas 75090), and Lufkin (104 North Third Street, Lufkin, Texas 75901). Most investigations in Collin County and Denton County are assigned to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Plano, Texas.
Q: Why Is the FBI Investigating My Case?
Task of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is to monitor compliance with federal statutes and to enforce federal criminal statutes. Unlike police officers and district attorneys that both handle state law matters, the FBI and other federal law enforcement agencies (e.g. IRS, DEA, Homeland Security, Department of Justice) only have jurisdiction for federal law. Clearly, if the FBI is investigating you, you need to take this very serious, and contact FBI defense lawyers right away.
Q: What Are Examples of Federal Felonies?
Federal felonies are defined as criminal offenses that carry sentences of imprisonment for more than one year. Examples of commonly charged federal felonies for residents in Collin County and Denton County are:
- Federal Fraud (Mail Fraud, Wire Fraud, Bank Fraud, Tax Fraud, Securities Fraud, Health Care Fraud, Medicare Fraud)
- Computer Crimes (Hacking, Sex Trafficking)
- Violent Crimes (Kidnapping, Bank Robbery)
- Identify Theft, Counterfeiting
- Money Laundering & Drug Offenses
- All Federal Conspiracy Charges
- Violations of the Controlled Substances Act
Q: What Are the Penalties in Federal Cases?
Many clients from Frisco and McKinney contact our firm because they are concerned of being prosecuted or convicted for a federal felony. Their fear is justified. Federal courts have the authority to severely punish individuals that pleaded guilty or were convicted on felony charges. If you find yourself exposed to felony charges, you should immediately contact experienced lawyers. We have not just avoided felony convictions, but also avoided felony charges to be brought in the first place in numerous instances. Further, most recently alone, attorney Nick Oberheiden obtained probation for clients that were charged with various felonies, including but not limited to health care fraud, Medicare Fraud, and computer crimes.
Q: When Should I Consult With a North Texas Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer?
The answer is simple: you should consult with a lawyer at the very first sign of something not being right, the very first sign that you might be under investigation — whether you find the allegations ridiculous or not. You will regret taking things lightly when, often many years later, you will suddenly find yourself in a situation that got completely out of control because you never bothered a lawyer to intervene and take care of it. Don’t make that mistake. Call us, find out what you know and what we are able to find out for you.
Q: Which Lawyer at Oberheiden, P.C. Should I Contact?
Quite frankly, any lawyer at Oberheiden, P.C. will have the experience to guide you in the right direction.
Schedule a Meeting with a Former Justice Department Attorney
What can be more educating than speaking to those criminal defense lawyers that previously made decisions at the U.S. Attorney’s Office and that are intrinsically familiar with the process and steps of a government investigation? If you have concerns, got charged, received a subpoena, or had any interaction with the FBI, IRS, DEA, OIG, or any other federal law enforcement, you should visit our office in North Dallas near the Galleria. We will treat your information confidentially.