Philadelphia attorney Hope Lefeber is an aggressive criminal defense lawyer who brings more than three decades of experience in federal criminal defense matters to work in vigorously defending her clients against the government. Ms. Lefeber has a national reputation as one of the top federal criminal defense lawyers. She has been honored as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association, as a PennsylvaniaSuper Lawyer, and as one of the Top 10 Criminal Defense Attorneys in Pennsylvania by the National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys.
Ms. Lefeber represents individuals and corporations accused of most federal offenses, including mail and wire fraud, money laundering, tax evasion, securities violations, conspiracy, racketeering, Internet crimes and drug offenses. She also handles federal appeals. Her clients include lawyers, doctors, Fortune 500 company executives, professors, businessmen and women, securities traders, educators, corporations and people from all walks of life who have been charged or investigated by the government.
As a former enforcement attorney with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, Ms. Lefeber knows how to prepare the best defense and leaves no stone unturned in fighting for her clients’ constitutional rights at every stage of the case. She has won numerous acquittals in federal court because of her unique approach and strategy. She has a reputation for achieving the best results and personally handles every case from start to finish. She prides herself on her intense preparation, her strong courtroom presence and her vast knowledge of federal criminal law. She works tirelessly for her clients and is always accessible to them.
Over thirty years of practicing federal criminal law, Ms. Lefeber has developed trust and respect amongst prosecutors, Judges and the criminal bar. These relationships enable her to navigate through the difficult path of a federal criminal case to achieve the best results for her clients.
Ms. Lefeber is experienced in defending cases under investigation by numerous agencies, including:
Ms. Lefeber has published multiple legal articles, lectures on federal criminal law, and has offered her insight on television news programs.