Federal Drug and Firearm cases. Federal white collar crime
Greenville, NC federal criminal defense attorney Mark A. Ward has practiced law in the federal courts of North Carolina for over fifteen years. During that time, Mark Ward has defended a variety of federal charges including drug charges, firearm charges and white collar crimes - including a 2016 fedral jury trial that ended in NOT GUILTY verdicts.
When cases require a sentencing hearing, Mark Ward has specialized training regarding the United States Sentencing Guidelines and the impact of recent US Supreme Court decisions impacting the application of the guidelines.
Federal drug charges.
Most federal drug charges carry lengthy mandatory minimum sentences, especially when the drug weight involved in the offense exceeds certain levels AND when a person has prior drug offenses or is classified as a Career Offender or Armed Career Criminal.
Federal gun charges. Felon in possession of a firearm 18 US Code 922(g); Possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime in violation of 18 US Code 924(c); Hobbs Act violation; and Armed Career Criminal.
Federal White Collar crime charges. Federal defense attorney Mark Ward has experience in federal fraud cases and federal theft cases including federal crop insurance fraud cases, federal mortgage fraud cases, money laundering cases and other fraud cases where a federal agency is the alleged victim.
United States Sentencing Guidelines. In all federal cases, a complex set of sentencing "guidelines" is used to recommended an advisory sentence, which the court is required to consider in determining sentence. Federal defense attorney Mark Ward has successfully represented persons in federal court sentencing hearings by preparing and presenting mitigation videos and sentencing memorandums.
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