Attorneys at The Blanch Law Firm are dedicated to getting the best possible results for clients facing charges related to import-export crime. Working hard in each and every case, they have achieved a history of success including dismissals of many serious claims charges.
Import-export crimes are listed under Title 18, Chapter 27 of the United States Code. U.S. law recognizes a wide range of actions as illegal:
Entry of goods by false classification
Entry of goods by making false statements
Smuggling goods into the United States
Removing goods from customs custody
False claims for refund of duties
Concealing or destroying invoices or other papers
Import or Export of Stolen Vehicles
Import or export of stolen vessels or aircraft
Depending on the offense, people who are convicted of Forgery may face incarceration or fines. The best way to avoid or minimize the consequences is to work with an experienced defense attorney at The Blanch Law Firm.
As a full-service criminal defense firm, the Blanch Law Firm is also equipped to handle serious substance-related charges related to Drug Trafficking, or the import of large quantities of drugs. The firm has achieved many favorable results on behalf of clients facing drug charges. These include dismissals of charges including possession, sale and conspiracy.
For a free initial consultation about the law on import export crimes, please Contact The Blanch Law Firm. Located in the Empire State Building, the firm is available by calling 212-736-3900 .