Federal Charges

  1. Definition of Federal Charge
    Definition of Federal Charge
    Our Constitution gives the States power to regulate criminal activity; but the federal government also has such authority when the problem meets certain criteria. If you are charged under federal law then it is a federal case.
The following are examples of federal criminal cases in which assistance is offered:
  • Drug cases/ Conspiracy
  • Money Laundering/Gun Charge
  • Illegal Reentry/Theft
  • State Charge on Federal Property
  • Mail Fraud/Wire fraud
  • Federal Appeals
It is important for a criminal defense attorney to be knowledgeable of both state and federal law in order to provide proper legal advise.

  • Did you know that a misdemeanor family violence conviction can effect your right to own or possess a firearm under federal law as well as Texas law?

  • Did you know that State legalization of marijuana does not make it legal under federal law?
Should you need representation on a federal criminal case, Scott Peterson can assist you.



Call 254-753-3100

Representation is available in all federal criminal cases.