Oklahoma Federal Criminal Defense Attorney
Facing Federal Charges
Federal criminal offenses are serious. Dealing with these charges could be one of the most difficult things you do. Federal crimes carry stiffer sentences and more severe penalties. Has the government charged you with a federal crime? Are you part of a federal criminal investigation? You have the right to legal counsel. Choose someone who will understand and protect your other rights. You need a federal criminal defense attorney in your corner who understands federal charges and the workings of federal law.
Has a federal court indicted you? It’s urgent that you seek skilled legal representation. Ted Hasse is a tenacious federal defense attorney who will relentlessly protect your rights and represent your best interests. He has both general law experience and specialized experience in the areas listed below. Tedd Hasse knows the law like the back of his hand. He can simplify complicated terms and matters for you, so you understand the situation you’re in.
Ted M. Hasse Esq.–Tulsa Federal Defense Attorney
Ted Hasse works on federal criminal cases for clients charged with federal offenses. His office is at 500 W. 7th St. in Suite 112. He primarily serves people living in the Northern and Eastern districts of Oklahoma, which include nearly 40 counties.
Ted Hasse is certified by the California Bar Association and can also practice in federal court.
He is a seasoned, successful federal defense attorney who will fight for your rights and help you achieve the best possible outcome. However, he does not guarantee success because he knows law offers no guarantees. Ted Hasse does promise to act with honesty and integrity. He can help you understand what happens next and how to take things one step at a time.
You need someone you can easily communicate with about all aspects of your case. Ted Hasse is a great communicator. He speaks with his clients in terms they understand without leaving out any important details. Regardless of your background or the type of charge you’re facing, he will give you the respect, attention, and commitment you deserve.
Areas of Law Practice
- White-Collar Crime
- Drug Charges
- Post-Conviction Relief
- Gun Charges
- Violent Crimes
Federal prosecutors have the U.S. government on their side, which affords them virtually unlimited resources. Because the government funds federal agencies so well, they can hire highly experienced prosecutors. They are serious. Ted Hasse is, too. If you want to be able to walk into court with confidence, choose him to be on your side. He knows how to command attention and respect. He is well-versed in legal matters. Not only does he know what he’s talking about, he knows how to say it. He knows how and when to be persuasive and even aggressive.
How Are Federal Crimes Handled?
Federal crimes are handled differently than state crimes from investigation to arrest to trial. Even if the criminal charge is the same, certain factors cause it to be prosecuted on a federal level. One factor is if a crime is committed across state lines. Charges at a federal level carry different sentences than the same charge at a state level. Many people who are arrested for state crimes have not yet been thoroughly investigated. This is not true for federal crimes. By the time someone is arrested for a federal offense, a lot of time and money has been invested in the matter. Federal agents wait to pounce until they believe they have plenty of evidence.
You’ll need a federal criminal defense attorney if you were arrested by a federal law enforcement officer, such as an agent from the FBI, DEA, or ATF. Remember that an arrest does not equal a conviction. You are innocent until proven guilty. The burden of proof lays on the prosecutor. The prosecution must prove your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. Let Ted Hasse protect your rights. Get defense counsel who understands the process from arrest all the way through trial.
However, federal prosecutors tend to be very good at their jobs. They have a success rate of over 90%. While only 2% of federal charges go to trial, 83% of those trials result in convictions. The cases that don’t go to trial usually end in guilty pleas. Winning in federal court usually means getting charges dropped, getting charges reduced, or getting a minimum sentence.
Don’t Give Up!
Get justice, and Ted Hasse, on your side. You have the legal right to a fair trial. That by itself greatly raises your chances of success. You will have plenty of opportunities to prove and maintain your innocence. Ted Hasse has dealt with plenty of difficult federal cases. He knows how to handle yours. While he can’t and won’t guarantee your desired outcome, he will never stop trying to attain it. You need representation from a federal criminal defense attorney who won’t give up, no matter how hard things get. Whatever the outcome is, you’ll know that Ted Hasse fought hard for your rights and your freedom.