Federal Sentencing Guidelines
Attorneys Working Against Federal Sentencing Guidelines
Federal sentencing guidelines are all about the consequences of a conviction, setting a range of punishments for a crime. Good lawyering at a sentencing hearing in federal court can benefit the client awaiting a judge's determination. You want tough trial lawyers your side in these hearings—experienced negotiators and experts on federal sentencing guidelines.
These talents describe Nick Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum.
Together, our criminal defense attorneys in Atlanta embody 60+ years of experience with participation in federal court cases. Whether we are responding to a presentence investigation or advocating for you in or out of court, our knowledge of sentencing statutes and familiarity with a particular judge's approach to sentencing can make a definite difference in the penalties assessed for a crime. Federal sentencing guidelines are the starting point for any federal sentencing hearing. Talk to attorneys with a command of all phases of criminal defense.
Contact Mr. Lotito and Mr. Kirschenbaum today to schedule a free consultation about your future. Call (404) 471-3177. If you or your family sends an e-mail or fax, we will respond to it promptly.
We Create Solutions for People in Trouble
Our lawyers respond to presentence reports and recommend downward variances, departures, or non-guideline sentences to try and minimize sentences for convictions on federal charges such as:
We can advise you on what to do and what not to do to give you the best chance for a favorable sentence. For example, we often help seek counseling or an evaluation to assist with the sentencing process and help you to be in the best possible position when it comes time to resolve your charges. We will need your cooperation if we are to successfully negotiate the best situation possible for you.
Do you have questions about federal sentencing guidelines and their role in what happens after conviction? We have honest answers to those questions and realistic assessments of your chances of success. Contact Nick Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum so we can educate and advocate for you with strong, effective criminal defense. Your phone call, e-mail or fax can secure a free consultation.