What You Need to Do When You Find Out You Are Under Criminal Investigation

For many serious felony charges, law enforcement will not arrest you until they have conducted an in-depth investigation into your activities. When they do arrest you, it is because they are confident they have the necessary evidence to convict you of a serious offense.

As soon as you learn you are under investigation is when you should be acquiring experienced legal representation like Keith Gore, Lawyer. A veteran of numerous state and federal investigations and trials throughout his 19-year career as a prosecutor and a criminal defense attorney, there is no better advocate to have in your corner while navigating the criminal justice system here in Texas.

Have You Received a Target Letter? Get Help Now.

If you are the subject of a federal criminal investigation here in the Fort Worth-Dallas Metroplex, the U.S. Attorney's Offices for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas will typically send you a "target letter." This letter will spell out what they suspect you of doing and the nature of their investigation. This is the time to talk to an experienced attorney like Keith Gore.

Do Not Talk Without a Lawyer Present

The target letter will likely include an invitation to come in for an interview. This is when it is important to remember that you have the right to remain silent, and that you have the right to an attorney.

Even if you know for a fact that you did nothing wrong, you cannot talk your way out of anything. If you slip up or misremember a detail, prosecutors will use that against you to attack your credibility.

Keith Gore can conduct his own investigation into the allegations to determine the best way to fight back against the government. By collecting evidence and speaking to his own witnesses, he may be able to compel the government to drop its investigation, or it could lead to reduced charges.

Do Not Wait. Call Keith Gore, Lawyer, Today.

If you are ultimately charged, working with an experienced trial attorney as early in the process as possible will give your lawyer time to build the strongest possible case to protect your freedom and record. To learn more, contact Keith Gore's office in McKinney, Texas, today by calling 972-924-5665.