Hawaii Drug Trafficking Attorney
If you or a loved one has been charged with a federal crime in Hawaii, you need an experienced federal criminal defense attorney who truly cares about your future. Rustam A. Barbee, Attorney at Law, is a knowledgeable and approachable attorney who takes time to really listen to his clients' concerns. He makes certain to thoroughly understand your situation and gives honest assessments of your case.
As a former prosecutor, Mr. Barbee learned the arguments that a savvy lawyer would use to put criminals in jail. As a federal criminal defense attorney, he uses this insight to prepare a defense that gives his clients the advantage in court.
- Drug trafficking or possession of drugs
- Grand theft
- White collar crimes, including fraud and embezzlement
- Firearms cases
Each stage of a federal case, from discovery to the verdict, requires a thorough understanding of the legal procedures and relevant laws. Honolulu federal criminal defense attorney Rustam Barbee, has many years of experience representing clients in federal cases. He has successfully represented clients through the pretrial, trial and sentencing periods. In addition, he has extensive knowledge of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, Federal Rules of Evidence, Federal Sentencing Guidelines and United States Code, and other relevant laws and procedures.
Contact Attorney Barbee Today
If you were charged with a federal crime, or you are being investigated for a federal crime, contact a lawyer today. Don't wait to get the legal representation you need.
Rustam A. Barbee, Attorney at Law, will do everything he can to minimize the charges and consequences you may be facing. If any evidence was obtained illegally, he can file a motion to suppress the evidence. He will also protect you from accidentally incriminating yourself during police questioning. Call his office today at 808-524-4406 or 888-817-6279.
Rustam A. Barbee, Attorney at Law, represents clients in state and federal matters throughout Hawaii, including federal court, state circuit courts, and district courts.