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West Palm Beach Criminal Defense > Florida Criminal Defense Video FAQs > How do I know that my case is a federal case?

How do I know that my case is a federal case?

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In the state of Florida, if you have been arrested and accused of a crime by the United States of America, you know that you are charged in the federal jurisdiction. Federal jurisdiction charges include charges where the federal government alleges criminal conduct. State offenses are instances where the state of Florida alleges criminal conduct. If the United States of America is prosecuting, then you know it is a federal charge.

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