Federal Crimes and White Collar Crimes
Pittsburgh Federal Crime Defense Attorneys
A conviction on a white collar crime charge can result in a long prison sentence — longer in fact than those imposed for many violent crimes. If you face a federal crime charge, a strong and effective defense effort may be essential.
At Greenfield & Kraut Stanley Greenfield has more than three decades defending people accused of federal crimes. First as a top federal prosecutor and first assistant U.S. attorney in the U.S. Justice Department and then as a peer recognized defense lawyer named as a Best Lawyer in America. We are assertive in the defense of our clients’ rights and aggressive in the defense of their liberty.
Our firm represents people in cases involving all types of federal crime charges, including:
- Fraud — including wire fraud, mail fraud, computer fraud, bank fraud, insurance fraud and health care and Medicare fraud
- Money laundering
- Public corruption
- Income tax evasion and tax fraud
- Drug charges
- Weapons charges
- And other federal crime charges
Contact us for a free consultation. An attorney can review your case and discuss potential defense strategies with you.
Early Intervention Can Make a Difference
Have you been contacted by an investigator?
Answering an investigator’s questions without the advice of counsel is not wise. An attorney at Greenfield & Kraut can advise you about how to respond without placing you in greater legal jeopardy. We may able to delay an indictment or persuade a prosecutor to charge you with a lesser crime. We may even be able to persuade the prosecutor not to indict you. If an indictment appears inevitable, we will take immediate action to begin your defense effort, including release on bond.
Defending Your Rights and Freedom
Our attorneys will organize a comprehensive defense effort on your behalf. Working with a team of professionals, such as a financial analyst, forensic document specialist or experts in other disciplines, we will work to challenge the prosecutor’s assertions and present alternative explanations for certain transactions or events. We will also address mitigation issues early in the case to minimize any potential penalties.
Experienced Federal Crime Defense Advocates
Stanley W. Greenfield is an adjunct professor of trial advocacy at Duquesne University School of Law. Prior to that, he served as an assistant and first assistant U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania, in the U.S. Justice Department.
Mr. Greenfield has a deep understanding of the rules of procedure and rules of evidence. You will have the confidence of knowing that an experienced and knowledgeable defense attorney is standing up for you.