Retired Judge Vickers Cunningham

Federal Crimes

Defending Clients in Dallas Tarrant Collin Denton Counties Facing Federal Investigations & Charges

If you are the subject of a federal investigation or have been taken into custody for any type of federal offense, Retired Judge Vic Cunningham can deliver the insight and guidance you need to make the right decisions about this potentially life-changing situation. Vic Cunningham’s experience has no limits in understanding criminal defense but as former prosecutors and judges as well.

Being charged with a federal crime can change you and your family for many years to come. Because federal crimes usually involve interstate commerce, criminal activities across state lines, or crimes committed that violate federal criminal statutes, they are investigated by federal agencies like the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Federal charges are normally brought by the U.S. Department of Justice. With Vic Cunningham on your team, a well-known, well-respected Retired Judge, Vic Cunningham can give you the defense you need to secure your freedom and your future.

Vic Cunningham Defends You in Federal Cases

Federal charges are complicated and often overwhelming. At times, one criminal act can precipitate a number of charges. Procedures related to discovery, pre-trial motions, jury selection, court proceedings, sentencing, and every aspect of the case are unique. An experienced attorney can predict the outcome with less collateral damage.

Whether you have been charged with a non-violent, white-collar crime such as embezzlement, an organized crime involving extortion or money laundering, narcotics offenses, capital murder, or any other federal offense, Vic Cunningham is ready to guide the process. Retired Judge Vic Cunningham holds seminars for prosecutors at least twice a year.

Call Vic Cunningham today if you are facing grand Jury indicated, arrested, or facing charges 972-243-8688.

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