Experienced North Carolina Attorney
At the Law Office of Charles L. Morgan, Jr., we have extensive experience in federal court defending our clients on charges that include bank fraud, drug conspiracy, illegal importation, carjacking, Internet pornography, money laundering, mail fraud and assorted tax cases. Throughout his career, our Charlotte federal crimes attorney, Chuck Morgan, has primarily represented people in the Western District in North Carolina.
Most cases begin with a Grand Jury indictment that is a result of an investigation by federal agents. Chuck Morgan represents people and businesses in both the pre-indictment and post-indictment phases of federal prosecution.
Mecklenburg County Federal Offenses Attorney
When you are under investigation or facing federal charges, the way your case is managed can go a long way toward determining how it is resolved. Chuck Morgan is frequently in federal court, so he knows the system, the schedule and the judges.
Our lawyer understands you have a reputation to protect and that you have a family to worry about. Your job may also be at stake, which could have a long-lasting impact on your ability to stay in your career field. So we will work hard to thoroughly investigate every aspect of your case while building a strong defense.
Serious Charges Carry Harsher Penalties
The U.S. government has defined federal offenses as illegal acts or crimes that are committed upon federal property. These are often more serious than state crimes, plus the potential penalties for a conviction are harsher due to mandatory minimum sentences.
Chuck Morgan is an experienced federal crimes attorney who can work toward the best possible outcome. Our common-sense approach includes taking into consideration reduced charges or other outcomes to avoid jail time.
Contact the Law Office of Charles L. Morgan, Jr.
Please contact our Charlotte, North Carolina, criminal defense law firm by filling out the form on this website, or calling 704-774-6759 to set up an appointment. We are conveniently located across the street from the Mecklenburg County Courthouse in downtown Charlotte.