Criminal Law - Serious Criminal Defense

Indicted by the Feds?

Federal Criminal Defense - FBI, DEA, or ICE Out to Get You?


Federal Crimes are Different from State Crimes

What’s the difference between federal criminal defense and state criminal defense?  Lots.  And guess what: the feds, as a different “sovereign” than a state can charge you AGAIN for criminal conduct you have already been tried for in state court.  …

Wrongfully Convicted?


My Lawyer Lost my Criminal Case and I Got Convicted -- Now What?

Criminal Appeals, Post-Conviction Relief, and Habeas Corpus


Overturning a conviction is not an easy task. Before you can catch your breath after hearing the awful word “Guilty” and reassess, deadlines are running, and running FAST.  …

Criminal Defense Attorneys

Whether you are searching for a Ruston criminal defense attorney, Monroe criminal defense attorney, Shreveport criminal defense attorney, or federal criminal defense attorney; or whether you are looking for an attorney to handle a criminal appeal, criminal post conviction application, or habeas corpus case, the Ruston attorneys at Goff and Goff hope you find the information helpful.

The Ruston criminal defense attorneys handle cases involving the following issues:  Drug Enforcement Agency, bill of information, Brady violation, sentence, sentencing, prosecution, prosecutorial misconduct, prosecutor, AUSA, U.S. Attorney, snitch, confidential informant, motion to suppress, discovery motion, bill of particulars, illegal sentence, illegal confinement, conditions of confinement, 2241, 2254, 2255, court of appeals, court of appeal, appeal brief, habeas corpus law, bad lawyer, bad attorney, appeal deadlines, cja panel attorney, public defender, appointed attorney, ineffective assistance of counsel.

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