New Jersey Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers

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It might have been as unthinking as a mild exaggeration on a mortgage application. Or an unwitting mouse-click on an ad for a dating service. Or a request from a valued client for tickets to a sold-out game. Many federal prosecutions start with an innocuous foray across an ethical line, in business practice or in personal life, and the consequences can be shattering.

Federal agents rarely advise that you are under investigation until they arrive unannounced at your home or office. By then, they are only looking for confirmation in the form of confession. If an FBI agent has recently paid you a visit, we urge you to call us immediately.

Learn more about what you need to know regarding federal criminal cases.

AV-Rated Attorneys Handling Complex Federal Criminal Charges

At Furlong and Krasny, our lawyers provide experienced, aggressive and dedicated defense for clients accused of federal crimes nationwide. Our principal attorneys are former prosecutors and Certified Criminal Trial Attorneys* who are both AV Preeminent peer review rated** throughout Martindale-Hubbel, the highest rating. Our criminal practice lawyers have over 70 years of combined criminal defense experience.

We are well-regarded because of our track record, professionalism, and breadth of experience defending federal cases for decades. Located in West Trenton, our firm receives referrals from attorneys throughout New Jersey and nationwide to provide defense in complex federal crimes. We handle federal cases of every stripe, including the most common:

If you would like to schedule an appointment to discuss your federal criminal case, contact our offices online any time. Or give us a call: we can help.

* Certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey

** AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.