So you’ve been accused of a federal crime - now what?
Let’s hope you never actually have to ask yourself that question - but whether you do or not, the answer is really quite interesting. Especially when it comes from Matt Kaiser, a Washington D.C.-based federal criminal defense attorney, who has been walking us through the defense process in a series of videos on JD Supra.
Kaiser’s video series takes on the very serious issue of, as he puts it, what to do once your own government tells you that you’ve done something very bad. Some of his points are unexpected but, intuitively, make sense (like: consider seeing a therapist) - and all of them are available for you to view below. Here are the highlights.
We enjoy work like this - interesting insights from the nimble mind of a competent professional. Attorney Matt Kaiser on defending (and appealing) federal criminal cases:
Additional videos in the series:
- What should you do if you’ve been convicted of a crime in federal court?
- How Does A Federal Judge Decide What Sentence To Impose In a Federal Criminal Case?
- What’s the process for imposing sentence in federal court?
- What issues do people raise in a federal criminal appeal?
- What are the ways to attack a federal criminal conviction? What’s the difference between a federal criminal appeal and a 2255?
- What do you have to show to win an ineffective assistance of counsel challenge to a federal criminal conviction?
- Federal Criminal Defense Attorney - Overturning A Guilty Verdict in a Federal Criminal Appeal