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Blue LLP represents clients facing federal criminal charges throughout North Carolina, including Wilmington. Wilmington is one of several cities in the State where federal criminal cases are prosecuted. Our lawyers have extensive experience representing clients in federal district court in Wilmington, and will work tirelessly to help achieve the best outcome possible.

Our lawyers are very experienced and have represented clients at every stage of the federal criminal process, from initial appearance through appeals. When so much is on the line, don’t take chances with an inexperienced lawyer. After all, your freedom, reputation, assets, and livelihood all are at stake. Call us today and speak with a federal criminal defense attorney, even if it is after hours or on the weekend. 

WE CAN HELP WITH YOUR FEDERAL CRIMINAL CASE

As federal criminal defense attorneys, we have experience with a wide range of cases, including fraud, sex crimes, conspiracies, identity theft, and a variety of other white collar crimes. No matter the complexity, we have the skill and experience to handle even the most complex cases.

Informed by our deep experience in criminal law, we always critically examine the government’s evidence so that we can advise our clients to make decisions that are in their best interest.

If you need an experienced and skilled criminal defense attorney who handles federal criminal cases in Wilmington, contact one of our federal defense lawyers in today.

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    In a 5-4 decision in United States v. Davis, the Supreme Court held that 18 U.S.C. 924(c)(3)(B) is unconstitutionally vague.  That statute imposes a consecutive, mandatory minimum sentence for a defendant who is convicted of possessing a firearm in furtherance of a crime of violence.  Relying on recent precedent invalidating similar provisions in the Armed Career […]

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    Dual Prosecution by State and Federal Government Remains Permissible

    In Gamble v. United States, No. 17-646, the Supreme Court upheld the separate sovereignty exception to the double-jeopardy rule, allowing both the federal and state governments to prosecute the exact same offense conduct. The petitioner in Gamble was convicted and sentenced in Alabama state court to 10 years imprisonment (all but 1 year suspended) for the possession of […]

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