Legal Representation for Federal Criminal Charges
Attorney Experienced At Handling Complex Federal Criminal Charges
If you or a loved one has been charged with a federal crime in Hawaii, you need an attorney who truly cares about your future. Rustam A. Barbee, Attorney at Law, is a knowledgeable and approachable attorney who takes time to really listen to his clients’ concerns. He makes certain to thoroughly understand your situation and gives honest assessments of your case.As a former prosecutor, Attorney. Barbee learned techniques to charge and convict defendants. As a federal criminal defense attorney, he uses this insight to prepare a defense that gives his clients the advantage in court.Attorney Barbee handles a number of federal criminal defense needs for his clients, including cases involving:
- Drug trafficking or possession of drugs
- White collar crimes, including fraud and embezzlement
- Firearms cases
Each stage of a federal case, from discovery to the verdict, requires a thorough understanding of the legal procedures and relevant laws. Rustam has many years of experience representing clients in federal cases. He has successfully represented clients through the pretrial, trial and sentencing periods. In addition, he has extensive knowledge of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, Federal Rules of Evidence, Federal Sentencing Guidelines and United States Code, and other relevant laws and procedures.
Rustam will do everything he can to minimize the charges and consequences you may be facing. If any evidence was obtained illegally, he can file a motion to suppress the evidence. He will also protect you from accidentally incriminating yourself during police questioning.
Contact Attorney Barbee Today For A Free Consultation
If you were charged with a federal crime, or you are being investigated for a federal crime, you have to take action immediately. Don’t wait to get the legal representation you need. Call Rustam at his Honolulu office at (808) 524-4406 or send an email using the contact form.
Charged With A Fraud Offense? Contact An Attorney You Can Trust
If you have been charged with fraudulent activity, you may be unsure what to expect. The truth is that penalties for fraud can be severe — you could spend time in prison, be required to pay a large fine and/or lose financial assets and personal property. A conviction for fraud could also damage your personal and professional reputation beyond repair.You need an attorney who understands the position you are in and who cares about your future. At the Honolulu law office of Rustam A. Barbee, Attorney at Law, you will receive quality legal advice from an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer.
Fighting Fraud Charges In Hawaii And Federal Court
Rustam will work closely with you every step of the way to plan a course of action that you are comfortable with and with the final goal of successfully fighting the charges. As a result of his years of experience as a prosecutor, attorney Barbee knows what arguments and strategies prosecutors use to convict defendants.He uses this insight to prepare effective defense strategies in white collar crime cases involving:
- Bank fraud
- Credit card fraud
- Identity theft
- Wire fraud
- Mail fraud
- Tax fraud
- Mortgage fraud
- Securities fraud
- Medicaid fraud
Rustam truly cares about what you are going through. He knows that federal crimes mean serious penalties. A conviction means the potential of having a permanent federal record if the case is not resolved in your favor.
He will do everything in his power to make sure the case is successful: reviewing documents, locating and interviewing witnesses and using all available resources to prepare a solid defense. If the evidence obtained against you was not obtained legally, he will move to suppress the evidence or possibly to dismiss the case.
Schedule A Free Consultation About Fraud Charges
Because the consequences of a fraud conviction are so severe, you need an experienced attorney on your side. To talk to Rustam about your case, call his Honolulu office at (808) 524-4406 or send an email using the contact form on the site.
Over 25 Years Of Experience In White Collar Criminal Defense
Penalties for white collar crimes are severe and long-lasting. If you are convicted of credit card fraud, identity theft or another white collar crime, you could lose your financial assets, your home and your job. You may serve time in prison. You need an attorney who cares about his clients and their futures.At the Honolulu law office of Rustam A. Barbee, Attorney at Law, you will receive quality legal advice from an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer. Rustam will sit down with you to discuss your situation. He will explain in clear terms what your legal options are and work with you to plan a course of action that best fits your needs. His goal is a successful outcome for you.
Aggressive Defense Of State And Federal White Collar Criminal Charges
Rustam practiced law as a prosecutor for the Wisconsin Attorney General’s office, focusing on white collar crime for five years. As a result, he knows what arguments and strategies prosecutors use to convict defendants. Attorney Barbee uses this insight to prepare effective defense strategies for white collar crimes such as:
- Wire, mail, tax, immigration and mortgage fraud
- Money laundering
- Other white collar crimes
Rustam is fully aware of the consequences his clients face. He knows they could have a permanent federal criminal record if the case is not resolved in their favor. He examines all angles of the situation. He reviews documents, gathers testimony and uses all available resources to challenge the prosecution’s case.
Attorney Barbee will scrutinize all evidence against a client. If it was obtained illegally, the attorney will file a motion to suppress the evidence. If appropriate, he will file a motion to dismiss the case.
Schedule A Free Consultation About White Collar Crime Charges
Talk with an attorney who truly cares about his clients. Call Rustam A. Barbee, Attorney at Law, at (808) 524-4406, or send an email using the contact form on the website.