With more federal trial experience than most, Temani Adams is rated as one of the top federal criminal lawyers in Dallas. hired to defend criminal cases throughout the United States. Trained by some of the top criminal attorneys in the world, Temani has risen through the ranks to become one of the most sought after federal criminal defense attorneys in the country. From teenagers to celebrities, Temani has experience representing a variety of different types of clients.
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The federal drug statutes, and sentencing guidelines are brutal. Conspiracy charges can often lead to you being held accountable for drugs that you never possessed, in addition to drug houses, and guns that you never knew existed.
Relevant conduct, also known as ghost dope, leads to sentencing enhancements, which lead to longer prison sentences. While unfair, many attorneys do not know how to properly advocate on their client's behalf in order to relieve them of additional drug quantities and enhancements.
Federal drug possession charges often stem from a sting operation from the Drug Enforcement Agency ("DEA"), snitch (also known as a cooperating informant), or a federal Task Force Officer ("TFO"). While possession charges typically aren't as harsh as conspiracy charges, they are still governed by the United States Sentencing Guidelines.
While the government wants to paint you as the worst person possible, Temani Adams knows that possession of a controlled substance may be the result of hard times, addiction or coercion. All of which make you less culpable.
There are a variety of federal gun crimes. Some of the most common gun charges are possession of a firearm by a felon (18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1)), and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime (18 U.S.C. § 924(c)).
These charges can lead to long jail sentences. In order to defeat these charges, a sharp attorney, who knows the law and defenses is needed. Temani has successfully defeated countless federal gun charges and shaved years off of her clients' sentences.
The government has a lot of incentives to take your money, cars and property. Seized money is used to purchase new equipment for law enforcement agencies, in addition to other things.Seized property is sold at auction, in order to funnel even more money to law enforcement agencies.
Getting you, your money back, is a part of our representation. Temani has extensive experience in getting her clients' money and property back in their hands. Temani has been able to have large amounts of money returned to clients, along with cars, jewelry, and other personal items.
Being on supervised release may not bother you, but it does hinder you. It hinders you from obtaining a passport, from traveling outside the country, traveling outside of your county, or simply having a drink after a long day.
No one wants to stay on supervised release longer than they have to. If you have completed your requirements and are in good standing, you are the ideal candidate for early release. The process for getting you off of supervised release early is simple, and pretty quick (less than 60 days). Give us a call to free you from the constraints of supervised released.
Your conditions of supervised release can be tough for many reasons. You may violate due to missing a class, or being charged with a new offense. Regardless of the reason that you violate, you deserve competent representation.
Violations can result in you simply taking an extra class, or additional jail time. The stakes are high, because your freedom is on the line. While prosecutors often pursue additional jail time, Temani knows that there are numerous alternatives to jail that can keep you free, and in good standing with the court.
Are you a parent looking to hire an attorney for your student, or young adult, child? Temani has helped lots of parents who want to ensure that their son's or daughter's mishap doesn't result in a criminal conviction.
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