Are You Being Targeted in a Federal Investigation in Pikeville, Kentucky?
Dr. Nick Oberheiden – a Pikeville Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer with a Consistent Record of Success in DEA, FBI, IRS, and OIG Investigations
If federal agents and prosecutors are targeting you in an investigation, you need experienced legal representation. Left to their own devices, agents with the DEA, FBI, IRS, OIG, and prosecutors with the U.S. Attorney’s Office will keep pressing until they find evidence of criminal activity. And when they find it, they will aggressively pursue a conviction and sentencing at trial. To protect yourself, you need to intervene in the investigation promptly and you need to take a strategic and proactive approach to fending off federal charges.
But, this is not something you can do on your own. The federal agents and attorneys tasked with prosecuting individuals and organizations suspected of health care fraud, prescription drug fraud, tax fraud, and other white-collar federal crimes are very good at what they do. To give yourself a fighting chance, you need to level the playing field. This means hiring an experienced defense attorney; more specifically, an experienced federal defense attorney who has a significant record of success in high-stakes criminal investigations.
Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Serving Pikeville, Kentucky
Dr. Nick Oberheiden has represented hundreds of clients in federal investigations, plea negotiations, and criminal trials. If you are at risk for substantial fines and long-term imprisonment (and if you are being targeted in a federal fraud or drug crime investigation, you are), Dr. Oberheiden a seasoned Pikeville federal criminal defense lawyer, can protect you. The majority of Dr. Oberheiden’s clients have never faced criminal charges. Consider these results from just a few months of Dr. Oberheiden’s federal practice:
- Two drug diversion overdose investigations resulting in no federal charges or licensing action.
- Two DEA opioid investigations resulting in no federal charges or licensing action.
- Defense of a DEA opioid search warranty resulting in no federal charges or licensing action.
- Three health care fraud grand jury proceedings resulting in no federal charges or licensing action.
Answers to FAQs: Defending against a Federal Criminal Investigation in Pikeville, Kentucky
Q: What should I do if DEA or FBI agents want to interview me?
If you are asked for an interview during the course of your investigation, you should politely decline and refer the agent to your attorney. You are not required to submit to an interview; if you do, your responses will only be used against you. The same holds true for subpoenas and other record requests. While you may be required to disclose some records in some cases, you do not want to unnecessarily hand over anything that could lead to federal charges.
Q: What should I do if I have received an OIG subpoena or a grand jury subpoena from the U.S. Attorney’s Office?
If you have received any type of subpoena, you need to immediately begin working on a strategic response. While you will likely need to comply to a certain extent, simply handing over everything is a mistake you cannot afford. Dr. Oberheiden can advise you of your obligations and work with the authority that issued the subpoena to reduce the scope of your obligations.
Q: Can I Meet with Dr. Oberheiden before Committing to a Retainer?
Yes, absolutely. Your initial consultation is completely free and 100% confidential. It is your opportunity to decide whether you want to hire Dr. Oberheiden for your case. If you are not satisfied with your consultation, you are free to look elsewhere for legal representation. If you decide to move forward, Dr. Oberheiden, a highly experienced Pikeville federal criminal defense lawyer, will begin working on your case immediately.
Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation with Pikevillke Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Nick Oberheiden, Ph.D.
If you are being targeted in a federal investigation, you do not have time to waste. To schedule your free initial consultation with Dr. Oberheiden, a proven and highly respected Pikeville federal criminal defense attorney, call 866-Hire-Nick today.