If you have been subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury, or if you have received a "target letter" from the government, understand that you have legal rights. In order to protect these rights, you need to enlist the services of an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately. If you are appearing before a grand jury, it is either because the government believes you are a witness to criminal activities or because the government is trying to gather evidence to prosecute you.
At this stage, there may be much that you can do to avoid the filing of criminal charges against you. Contact Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., to discuss your situation today.
We Understand How These Complex Proceedings Work
In federal courts, a defendant must be indicted by a grand jury before charges can be brought. Our attorneys represent people in grand jury proceedings at both the state and federal levels, serving people in Denver and across the Front Range of Colorado. Depending on the facts of your case, our criminal defense attorneys can help you in a number of ways during the preliminary stages of your case. We can negotiate for immunities and assurances from the government. Many times, we are able to favorably resolve your situation before charges are filed.
Although defense lawyers cannot be present while you are testifying before a federal grand jury, we can help prepare your testimony. We know the types of questions that are likely to be asked and can ready you for the government's questions.
If You Have Been Subpoenaed, Call Us Today
Do not face a grand jury without having first obtained the counsel of a knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer. Shazam Kianpour & Associates offers free initial consultations to discuss your situation. Contact us today at 303-578-4036.