Month: November 2020

Post-Conviction Options in a Federal Case

By Lee Koch | November 30, 2020 | Comments Off on Post-Conviction Options in a Federal Case

It’s happened: you’ve been convicted of a federal crime. On TV, the lawyer confidently turns to the client and says: “Don’t worry. We’ll fix it on appeal.” In reality, the post-conviction options are a lot more complex, and appeals don’t always get you where you want to go. What is an appeal? An appeal is…

Should You Go to Trial if Accused of a White Collar Crime?

By Lee Koch | November 4, 2020 | Comments Off on Should You Go to Trial if Accused of a White Collar Crime?

When you’re charged with a white collar crime then you’ve got some tough decisions ahead. One of them is to decide whether to take a plea bargain or whether to take your day in court.  Though it’s impossible to give you specific legal advice without seeing the facts of your case, there are some general…