Oklahoma Federal Criminal Defense
619 W. Main Street
Oklahoma City, OK, 73102
Meet attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden. Trained at Harvard Law School and UCLA Law, a Ph.D. level lawyer, featured by media stations throughout the Sooner State, Nick offers Oklahomans a federal practice experience, second to none. As one of the few lawyers nationwide, Nick limits his practice to government investigations and federal criminal defense. If you need a lawyer with hundreds of federal cases handled, look no further. These are Nick’s last five case outcomes:
- DEA Search Warrant Investigation (Business): No Charges.
- DEA Overdose Investigation (Physician): No Charges.
- DEA Overdose Investigation (Physician): No Charges.
- United States v. Client (Physician): Dismissed.
- FBI Severe Computer Crime Case: Probation.
Get confidence through experience on your team. Dr. Nick Oberheiden is a nationally recognized federal attorney known for protecting clients in complex federal criminal defense cases.
What You Need to Know About Federal Law Enforcement in Oklahoma
Oklahoma, like the rest of the country, experiences an enormous intensity and new heights of federal prosecutions. Opioid investigations, FBI search warrants, and arrests of doctors, pharmacists, and business owners dominate the legal news throughout the Sooner State. If you are among the government’s targets, you can’t experiment. You need a lawyer with knowledge, true skillset, and proven results. Oklahoma federal criminal defense attorney Dr. Nick Oberheiden can help you with these types of federal cases.
- Arrest & Indictment in Federal Court
- Government Investigations
- DEA Opioid Cases
- DEA Drug Diversion
- DEA Opioid Overdose Cases
- DEA Drug Distribution
- OIG & FBI Healthcare Fraud
- White-Collar Offenses
- Computer Crimes
- Grand Jury Subpoena
- OIG Subpoena
- Target Letter
- Search Warrant
Nick has handled hundreds of federal cases and avoided criminal charges for pain management specialists, psychiatrists, family doctors, internal medicine doctors, podiatrists, rheumatologists, dentists, lawyers, business owners, CEOs, corporate board members, pilots, serial entrepreneurs, and many more.
Areas Served: Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Durant, Edmond, Hugo, Okmulgee, Colgate, Poteau, Claremore, Idabel, Sapulpa, Sand Springs, Roland, Tahlequah, Muskogee, Spiro, McAlester, and many more.
Call 888-680-1745 to speak to Nick directly or to make an appointment to meet him for a confidential and free case assessment.
How Do You Select a Federal Lawyer?
There truly is no shortage of lawyers in Oklahoma. However, just like you would not consider a dentist for spine surgery, you may need to be more rigid and selective when it comes to picking a lawyer to defend all you have built and all that is important to you: your business, your family, your freedom.
Federal litigation and federal criminal defense work is not for everyone. It’s not a hobby to negotiate complex investigations with top-notch trained FBI agents. If your lawyer misses the routine, the experience, the confidence, your federal case could go to prosecution for no good reason.
At least initially, most clients take a simplistic approach. Because they consider themselves innocent and because they have done nothing wrong (or what they have done wrong they did without criminal intent), they think the government will back off. Many people truly think things will resolve by waiting. Out of the many mistakes “subjects” of federal government investigations can make, hesitation is probably the most common and the most fatal one. Don’t wait. Don’t let the government roll you over because you hesitate or because your lawyer lacks the knowledge as to when to intervene and when to go into the offense in federal cases.
You are entitled to the best defense strategy. You deserve to know how good and how experienced your lawyer is before you put your life into his/her hands and invest into your future. Demand specific answers to the following questions:
- What Percentage of Your Practice Is Dedicated to Federal Criminal Defense?
- Tell Me About the Outcome in Your Last 100 Federal Criminal Cases?
- If I Hire Your Firm, Who Will Handle My Case?
At the end of the day it comes down to: Performance. Ask yourself: Is this the lawyer that federal prosecutors will fear and respect?
FAQs: Defending Against Federal Investigations and Criminal Charges in Oklahoma
Q: What should I do if I have received a subpoena or target letter from the DOJ or another federal law enforcement agency?
Q: What should I do if federal agents come to my home or office with (or without) a search warrant?
Q: If I am being investigated by the federal government, can (and should) I exercise the right to remain silent?
Q: What does it mean if I have been served with a criminal complaint?
Q: What does it mean if I have been served with a federal grand jury subpoena?
Q: What are the potential penalties in a federal criminal case?
Q: When is it time to hire a federal criminal defense lawyer?
Call 888-680-1745 for a Free Consultation
Dr. Nick Oberheiden limits his practice to federal law and he does not practice state law in Oklahoma. If you would like to speak with Nick or meet him, then don’t wait. Call him directly on his mobile phone, including on weekends, at 888-680-1745. You can also contact him online. All consultations are free and 100% confidential.
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