Federal Criminal Law Attorney In Marshall County
Even the best criminal defense attorneys may be out of their element in federal court. Federal courts in Marshall County and throughout western Kentucky have their own rules, procedures and timelines.
Federal courts also have strict sentencing guidelines. If convicted of a federal offense, the punishments are much more severe than state court.
It is important to consult with an attorney who knows how to successfully defend your rights in federal court.
I am Don Thomas, Attorney At Law. I have more than 29 years of experience litigating criminal cases in federal court. I work tirelessly for my clients and build ironclad defenses that give them the best chance of defeating their criminal charges.
Located in Benton, I help clients throughout western Kentucky defend against federal criminal charges.
Strong Criminal Defense In Federal Court
As a former county prosecutor and district court judge, I know all of the ins and outs of the criminal justice system. I know what it takes to build a successful criminal defense and the steps needed to undermine the prosecution’s case.
Over the years, I have successfully defended clients against a wide variety of federal criminal charges, including:
- Felony drug crimes such as drug manufacturing and drug trafficking
- Possession of banned weapons
- Murder for hire
- Bank robbery
I am first and foremost a litigator. I don’t plead out cases because it is easier. Instead, every move I make is done so with my clients’ best interests in mind. I thoroughly investigate the circumstances leading up to my clients’ arrests to identify possible defenses and keep tainted or illegally obtained evidence out of court.
Protect Your Rights And Your Future; Contact Don Thomas, Attorney At Law.
Contact me, Marshall County federal crimes lawyer Don Thomas, at 270-406-6171, 270-527-2425 or 866-289-0518. Consultations are free. Together, we will build a strong criminal defense that gets you the best possible outcome based on your circumstances. If Don is unavailable, please ask to speak with my paralegal.