Federal Crimes Defense Lawyer from Dallas John Helms
Dallas, July 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — John has been a trial lawyer for 30 plus years. He is a former federal prosecutor and while being an Assistant United States Attorney(AUSA) in the Northern District of Texas, he never lost a trial or appeal.
Due to a large amount of interest, Dallas criminal defense lawyer John Helms has recently updated his website with up-to-date federal criminal defense laws to assist his current and future clients understand the issues of federal criminal defense.
The new resource consists of in depth information on:
These federal crimes include:
- Financial Fraud & White Collar Crime
- Healthcare Fraud
- Mortgage Fraud
- Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion
- Racketeering & RICO Violations
- Bribery & Corruption
- Money Laundering
- Securities Fraud
- Insider Trading & Market Abuse
- Federal Computer Crimes
- Child Pornography
- Drug Trafficking
- Federal Forfeiture
The new page also has a video that explains why one should hire Dallas Federal Criminal Defense Attorney John Helms.
About John Helms Criminal Defense Law Firm Dallas, Texas
John Helms is a Dallas-based criminal justice trial attorney for more than 30 years. “When I was a federal criminal prosecutor for the Northern District of Texas, I never lost a trial or an appeal.”
Because of his background in prosecuting criminal cases against defendants who were facing serious jail time in Federal and State penitentiaries, John Helms is uniquely positioned to evaluate and assess both sides of a criminal defense case.
Over the course of his career, he has found that many of his clients truly appreciate the time, effort, and creativity Mr. Helms put into every case.
John Helms is here to help you when you need help the most. That is a responsibility he takes very seriously.
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