Investigations and Grand Jury Subpoenas

Ohio Federal Criminal Investigations Lawyer

If you have been subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury, federal or state prosecutors believe you have information relevant to an ongoing investigation. You very likely could be innocent of any wrongdoing. In fact, you may have no information or knowledge of the circumstances underlying the federal investigation relevant to provide a grand jury in the first place. Unfortunately, even a seemingly innocent detail conveyed to law enforcement could ultimately cause you or a loved one to be investigated and even, possibly, indicted.

Federal Criminal investigations lawyer Edward La Rue has an extensive background protecting clients’ best interests in pre-indictment grand jury hearings, criminal investigations and interviews that handled skillfully, will often end further consideration of you as a possible “subject” or “target” of an investigation. He is a former prosecutor who knows firsthand how grand juries are used to investigate and gather information about white collar crimes.

If you are under investigation or have been subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury, entrust defense attorney La Rue to protect your rights with experienced advocacy. He will act quickly to protect your rights and to mitigate any potential wrongdoing that may have occurred. Contact his Cleveland, Ohio law office today online, or call 216-539-0687, or toll free at 866-730-6509. Our law firm is committed to representing clients state-wide under federal investigation.

Handling Grand Jury Hearings Throughout Ohio

In addition to conducting traditional police investigations, federal authorities are known to subpoena individuals to testify in a grand jury hearing and/or to produce documents — even before authorities formally charge someone with committing a crime, often a white collar crime, such as:

  • Embezzlement
  • Money laundering
  • Computer fraud
  • Public corruption
  • Mail fraud and wire fraud
  • Mortgage fraud

Federal and state prosecutors subpoena witnesses, “subjects” and “targets” to appear before grand juries as an opportunity to gain more information about possible white collar crimes. A witness is believed to have relevant information, while “subjects” are accused of engaging in suspicious behavior possibly in cooperation with the main “target”. Without proper legal protection, a witness or subject could suddenly find themselves the target of the federal investigation.

Even before you receive a subpoena or court order for the production of documents, consult our law firm if you are concerned you could be under federal investigation. Anything you say to federal or state authorities could be used against you or a loved one. You have a constitutional right to remain silent. Entrust attorney La Rue to speak on your behalf to law enforcement; anything he says to federal authorities will remain off the record, and therefore cannot be used against you.

Criminal defense attorney La Rue offers more than 25 years of experience handling federal crimes. He knows how to help you navigate through the complexities of the federal legal system. His top priority in the pursuit of the protection of your rights is to act quickly before charges are filed.

Contact Our Firm’s Criminal Investigations Attorney

When your freedom is on the line, you need the help of an experienced federal criminal defense attorney. You need Edward R. La Rue. Contact our law firm online to schedule a free initial consultation. You can also reach us at 866-730-6509, locally at 216-539-0687. After hours emails and phone calls will be promptly returned, and Mr. La Rue offers off-site visits as needed.

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