Lansing, MI asked in Criminal Law, Federal Crimes, White Collar Crime and Identity Theft for California

Q: How to get my case in a different Federal Jurisdiction?

I have a case that involves alot of unconstitutional acts and everyone in the the same area seem to have in one way or another participated. I want to get my case moved to a different jurisdiction in a federal court however I am stuck on whether or not that is possible and if there is a United States District Court that has the ability to hear cases from other States say like a court in Washington DC?

1 Lawyer Answer
Dale S. Gribow
Dale S. Gribow
Answered
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Palm Desert, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: need a lot more facts

the first thing you have to do is hire an EXPERIENCED FEDERAL ATTORNEY.

most lawyers in the greater Palm Springs Area do not do Federal. In part it is because there is no federal court around us.

federal courts can hear cases from other states but this should be addressed to the lawyer you retain.

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