Experience Counts In Federal Court

There are substantial differences between state and federal court when you are charged with a crime. The rules of evidence and procedure are different. Federal law enforcement has greater resources, and federal prosecutors, judges and federal sentencing structures can be tougher. Many federal offenses carry mandatory minimum sentences. Certain offenses such as bank fraud mandate a term of incarceration if convicted.

Jacksonville attorney Mitch Stone practices regularly in federal court. And not merely to plead clients guilty — he has tried numerous complex federal criminal cases to verdict. He has had success in all types of federal criminal cases from the granting of motions for dismissal, securing the exclusion of evidence, and importantly jury acquittals at trial. Stone Lockett has the resources, experience and knowledge to achieve favorable results for our clients in federal cases. The firm also handles appeals of federal convictions or sentences.

If you have been contacted by federal law enforcement agents or were arrested on federal charges or are the subject of a federal grand jury investigation, Stone Lockett can help. We represent clients in northeast Florida and statewide. Contact us immediately.

Federal Criminal Defense

Mitch Stone is a Board-Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer with 20 years of experience, including insights as a former prosecutor. He handles all federal charges:

Stone Lockett brings the federal criminal defense experience to counter experienced and aggressive federal prosecutors and keep federal law enforcement agencies from taking advantage of our clients during their investigation, interrogation, arrest, search and seizure procedures. We have achieved favorable results for our clients in cases brought by the FBI, ATF, DEA, ICE, IRS, SEC and other arms of the U.S. government. Our clients we have defended against Federal accusations include politicians, police officers, corporate executives, city and county employees and military officers(See examples in Success Stories.)

With the power of the federal government and all that's at stake, you need a defense lawyer who knows the federal court system and is willing to take your case to trial if warranted to protect your freedom. Call our Jacksonville office at 904-396-3335 or contact us online for a free, confidential consultation.