Defending Medical Professionals From State And Federal Crimes
From his office in Denver, attorney Sean R. Dingle has dedicated his private practice career to representing medical professionals who have been accused of wrongdoing and facing criminal charges and/or disciplinary action from state licensing boards. If you are a medical professional who has been charged with a crime, The Law Office of Sean R. Dingle, LLC, can help.
Defending Doctors, Nurses And Professionals From Criminal Prosecution
Having begun his career as a prosecuting attorney for the district attorney’s office and serving as a former assistant attorney general, attorney Sean Dingle used to prosecute crimes and even served as a disciplinary prosecutor for the Colorado State Board of Medical Examiners. He has more than 30 years of experience in this specialty field. He is licensed to practice law and defend clients in both state and federal court.
The Difference Between State And Federal Crimes And Jurisdiction
Criminal charges can fall under state or federal jurisdiction. Crimes that fall under state jurisdiction include driving under the influence (DUI), possession of illegal drugs, sexual assault, domestic violence crimes and murder. These crimes are prosecuted by the local government. Federal agencies like the FBI (the Federal Bureau of Investigation), the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) and the DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) also investigate criminal activity. If any of these federal agencies find evidence of wrongdoing, that crime will be prosecuted in federal court and fall under federal jurisdiction.
Facing Criminal Charges? Call Today.
At The Law Office of Sean R. Dingle, LLC, our founding attorney has the knowledge and experience to defend you against both state and federal criminal charges. Don’t wait. Call Call today or reach out through the online form to schedule your initial consultation.