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Are You Under Federal Investigation? Seek Help From An Experienced Defense Attorney.

If you have reason to suspect you are under federal investigation, it is crucial to seek legal representation as soon as possible. The government has a seemingly endless supply of resources it can use to make a case against you. Before the investigation proceeds any further, ensure that your rights and interests are protected.

The Law Office of John Freeman is here to protect your rights and freedom. Located in Troy, we represent clients in the Detroit metro and throughout Michigan.

Important Information About Federal Investigations

When you are under federal investigation, the evidence against you can mount quickly, and it is often complex and technical. You need an attorney who understands the federal investigative system and procedures.

Attorney John Freeman spent seven years as a federal prosecutor. He uses his experience and knowledge of criminal law to aid clients who are currently under federal investigation or who have been charged with federal crimes.

Federal investigators from the FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the Securities and Exchange Commission and other federal agencies are trained professionals who are skilled in extracting information. The information they collect will be used to bring charges, make an arrest and prove their case in court.

Federal agents are not trying to exonerate you – they are trying to build a case against you.

Remember this: It is a federal crime to make false statements to law enforcement. If you give false information to federal investigators, you can be charged with a five-year felony. You do not need to be under oath or in court at the time of your statement. Many false statement cases start with a seemingly innocent conversation with the feds. Before you talk to investigators and risk – whether intentionally or unintentionally – giving them any false information, talk to an attorney.

A Media-Savvy Defense

Federal investigations can result in ongoing media scrutiny, to the detriment of the accused and the upcoming legal case. If negative publicity is a consideration in your case, you can be assured that attorney Freeman will handle media relations with tact and good judgment. During his tenure with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Michigan, Mr. Freeman prosecuted many serious felony cases. While working to provide a strong defense, Mr. Freeman also pays attention to the public relations aspects of charges involving public figures.

Contact An Experienced Criminal Defense Lawyer Today

For a free initial phone consultation with the Law Office of John Freeman, call 248-250-9950 or send us an email. In an emergency, call 313-330-2653 at any time of day.

From offices in Troy, we represent clients in all federal and state courts in the greater Detroit area and throughout Michigan and the United States.

What Our Clients Say

“I would recommend Mr. Freeman's legal services to anyone! He is the perfect combination you want for your attorney, aggressive (when need be), timely, will listen to his client, and very persistent!" - Anonymous 2/11

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“I went in for sentencing, and was given 2 years probation with no jail time. Mr. Freeman saved my life, and kept me a free man. I strongly suggest you call him, it will be the most important phone call you can make..." - Anonymous 2/11

“Mr. Freeman sets a bar that all other lawyers should aspire to. He is an expert in the field of law and his execution of client care exemplifies that. - Chris C. 9/10

“One of the things I appreciated the most about Mr. Freeman’s services is that he was honest telling what could and could not happen. He did an A1 job." - F.T. 9/6/17