The attorneys of the Oberheiden, P.C. are among the country’s most demanded criminal defense attorneys. Clients from across East Texas trust our experience when it comes to government subpoenas, audits, health care fraud, criminal defense, and business litigation. We have over 200 jury trials conducted.
What Makes Us Different
- Lead Counsel in Hundreds of Trials
- Former Federal Prosecutors
- Former State Prosecutors
- Former FBI & DEA Agents
- Superb Track Record of Dismissed Cases
- Clients Benefit from Our Experience and Reputation
Our experience with law enforcement and federal authorities is profound. Many of us were active prosecutors for years and we know many of the current prosecutors on the state and the federal level as our former colleagues. This knowledge allows us to establish a fruitful dialogue with the the agents and prosecutors that are handling a criminal case, long before that case is ever charged or indicted. Establishing this line of communication is critical and it can help lessen, reduce, and sometimes even avoid criminal charges all together by effectively describing our clients’ situation to the government without involvement of courts.
We Can Help You
If you are dealing with a government investigation, target letter, grand jury subpoena, health care matter, business litigation, or a criminal defense issue, you should contact one of us today and ask for a free and confidential case assessment. Don’t wait until it’s too late. All calls are free and confidential.
This information has been prepared for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. This information may constitute attorney advertising in some jurisdictions. Reading of this information does not create an attorney-client relationship. Prior results do not guarantee similar future outcomes. Oberheiden, P.C. is a Texas firm with headquarters in Dallas. Mr. Oberheiden limits his practice to federal law.
All visitors to this Website are informed that Oberheiden, P.C. (“Firm”) affiliates with independent and separate attorneys (“Local Counsel”) and their respective law firms on a case by case basis. If and when this applies to a particular client, we will disclose the details to client in writing for their approval. In some cases, pursuant to Rule 7.04 of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct and the equivalent in other jurisdictions, a case is referred to a Local Counsel, the Firm will not participate in the representation. In such a case, client will sign an engagement exclusively with the Local Counsel.