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Are You or Someone You Know Charged With a Federal Offense in Greensboro, NC?


If you are charged in Federal Court or if you are the subject of a federal investigation, it is essential that you do all that is possible to defend yourself and limit the government’s extraordinary power to deprive you of liberty and property. Federal investigators and federal prosecutors have enormous power and investigative resources to bring charges and grand jury investigation against you. Do not talk to federal investigators until you have called Robert O’Hale.

You are not required to speak with government agents. Many federal charges impose long mandatory prison sentences. For example, 280 grams of crack cocaine will bring a minimum sentence of 10 years in prison. If an indictment is returned against you in Federal Court, the case will move swiftly.

Ordinarily, a defendant will be required to prepare motions for his defense in only a matter of days and be ready for trial in 4-6 weeks. Federal offenses often carry long mandatory prison sentences ranging from 10 years to life. Robert O’Hale has worked extensively in defending cases in the Federal Court. If you are charged, or are the subject of a federal investigation, call Robert O’Hale.

Call Robert O’Hale Greensboro, North Carolina Criminal Defense Lawyer today at 336-355-2508


“Robert O’Hale offered excellent legal representation. I called his office, and he was very prompt in handling my case. He worked with prosecutors to come to a reasonable outcome without ever having to step foot in a courtroom. Not only that but when I emailed him with a question regarding how to fill out paperwork regarding my “criminal” status, he was very courteous and took the time to look into a case that was 3 years old and offer his guidance. And as it turns out, I do not have a “criminal” status thanks to his representation. I would highly recommend Mr. O’hale, as he is very proficient at what he does, and takes his clients seriously. ”
Posted by Jonathan June 7, 2016