New Jersey Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer

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With 45 years of experience in the state and federal courts of New Jersey, federal criminal defense attorney Miles Feinstein, Esq., is an acclaimed choice to represent clients accused of any type of federal crime. Such offenses include drug conspiracy, violent crimes, Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) violations, Internet crimes, fraud, white collar crimes, public corruption, weapon offenses, gambling offenses, counterfeiting, kidnapping and more.

A widely known lecturer and speaker on federal criminal topics, Mr. Feinstein has been repeatedly selected for inclusion in New Jersey Super Lawyers. He was also honored six times as "Man of the Year" by various organizations.

Mr. Feinstein has the background and legal knowledge to promptly address federal cases at the earliest and most critical points, such as during the investigation and before a grand jury indictment. He also understands what it takes to effectively negotiate with federal prosecutors and secure the best possible outcome under the circumstances of the case.

New Jersey Lawyer For Counterfeiting And All Other Federal Charges

A few of Mr. Feinstein's notable cases involving allegations of federal crimes include:

  • State v. Licata — longest Federal criminal trial in U.S. history (Lucchese crime family). Defendant acquitted of RICO and all charges. Known as the "Boys From N.J." case.
  • State v. Mohamed M. El-Atriss — first American citizen held on secret evidence after September 11. Proved evidence false and he was not a terrorist, and he is a free man living in America with his family.

To speak with New Jersey criminal defense lawyer Miles Feinstein, Esq., please call his Passaic County office locally at 973-307-0549 or toll free at 800-235-3125, or contact him by email.

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