Many federal investigations began with a warning shot from the government, which comes in the form of a grand jury subpoena or a target letter. Competent representation at this stage of the investigation is crucial, and often results in a more favorable outcome. Of particular significance is the decision of whether or not to cooperate with the prosecution at this stage, or to make clear an intention to contest any potential charges.
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