WHY YOU NEED A SACRAMENTO CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY
- Are you under arrest?
- Do you suspect you are under investigation?
You want an aggressive, experienced criminal defense professional to guide you through the daunting criminal justice system. A criminal record may follow you all your life, and negatively affect your employment opportunities, your ability to obtain professional licenses and your personal and professional relationships. At the Law Offices of Alin Cintean our goal is to guard you against a conviction that creates a criminal record. Alin Cintean works with a team of private investigators to provide the aggressive representation necessary to minimize your jail sentences and fines.
AS A SACRAMENTO CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY ALIN CINTEAN
- Explains the facts alleged and how they support the criminal charges
- Describes available defenses to combat the criminal charges
- Discusses detailed defense strategies with you, including plea negotiations
- Determines what evidence is and is not admissible in your case
- Clarifies the potential consequences of a guilty plea or conviction
For your defense against a criminal prosecution choose a seasoned, aggressive criminal law firm in Sacramento, CA headed by an experienced criminal law professional – the Law Offices of Alin Cintean.
FEDERAL CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY IN SACRAMENTO, CA
Federal criminal charges carry extremely severe sentences. Federal prosecutions result from long-term investigations by federal agencies. They are complex because they involve extensive surveillance tapes, witness interviews, wiretaps and confidential informants. Our criminal defense team thoroughly investigates every detail of these cases. We work to uncover witness mistakes, unauthorized wiretaps and criminal records that we can use to impeach informants. Our number one goal is to do what it takes to get the charges against you reduced or dismissed.
If you face federal sentencing, you want a criminal defense attorney at your side who is well acquainted with federal defenses and the federal sentencing guidelines. As an experienced federal defense lawyer, Alin Cintean knows there is wiggle room in every prosecutor’s case. We use the law and the facts to advocate for a reduced sentence during plea negotiations.
LEARN ABOUT WHITE COLLAR CRIMINAL DEFENSE
“White collar crime” is a term for fraud and other nonviolent crimes committed by business people and professionals for illicit financial gain. Government prosecution of white collar crime has become more aggressive on both the state and federal levels. Punishments have grown harsher since the financial scandals of the last decade. Juries especially have become heavy-handed because of the widespread perception that white collar criminals are not punished enough. Our white collar crime practice advocates for individuals accused of:
- Identity theft
- Computer crime
- Money laundering
- Insider trading
It is essential that you have a resourceful and experienced white collar criminal defender advising you throughout the investigation and prosecution of these complicated cases if you face investigation or indictment for white collar crimes.
AN AGGRESSIVE AND EFFECTIVE CRIMINAL DEFENSE IN THE SACRAMENTO AREA
An aggressive and effective criminal defender heads the Law Offices of Alin Cintean. He is available to clients nearly 24 hours a day and on the weekends. If you cannot come to us, we can meet you in jail to prepare your defense. Contact us online or by telephone at 916.441.3500 to arrange a consultation now.
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