Commonly Prosecuted Federal Crimes
The United States Attorney’s Office prosecutes federal offenses, using the full power and resources of the federal government. Agencies such as the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) typically investigate federal crimes and build evidence for the U.S. Attorney’s Office. These investigations sometimes last weeks, months, or even years. Once filed, federal cases are often prosecuted more quickly than state crimes, under the Speedy Trial Act (18 US Code * 3161).
The following are examples of commonly prosecuted federal crimes:
These include crimes against the government, in violation of federal law, and involving crossed state lines or national borders.
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