Signs You May Be Under Federal Investigation

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Watching Out for the Government

If you feel you may be under federal investigation, you are not alone. Many Americans feel like they are being watched and monitored by the government. While there is no surefire way to know if you are being investigated, some signs may indicate that you are in the crosshairs of federal agents. This blog will discuss some of the most common signs that you may be under federal investigation.

Agents Coming to Your Door

One of the most common signs that you are under federal investigation is if agents from the FBI, IRS, or another federal agency show up at your door unexpectedly. They may come to ask you questions about a case they are working on or serve you with a search warrant. Either way, it is wise not to let them in until you have had a chance to speak with an attorney.

Receiving a Letter in the Mail

Another sign that you may be under federal investigation is if you receive a letter in the mail addressed from a federal agency. The letter will likely request that you come in for an interview or provide certain documents. It's essential to read the letter carefully and consult with an attorney before taking any action.

Your Bank Accounts are Under Scrutiny

If you suddenly find yourself unable to access your bank accounts or your credit cards are being declined, it could indicate that you are under federal investigation. This is because the government may have placed a freeze on your assets as part of the investigation. Once again, it's essential to speak with an attorney before taking any action.

Make One Call for Your Best Criminal Defense

If you suspect you may be under federal investigation, it's critical to get ahead of the government and get in touch with a criminal defense attorney.

Your best defense is just one call away. Call The Criminal Defense Team today to schedule a case review and start crafting your best defense against any charges you may face.


Call (317) 565-2221 or visit us online to get started.

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