One of the more complicated crimes under federal law is the criminal act of conspiracy. Any time that two or more parties agree to commit a crime or to accomplish some legal end through the commission of illegal actions, this is considered conspiracy. The planning of the crime does not have to be done in secret and federal law does not require any proof of intent to actually injure specific parties. This is a serious offense and if you have been arrested for conspiracy, you should procure the help of our lawyers as soon as possible.
Conspiracy can involve only a general intent to break the law – specifics of a criminal act do not have to be planned out to justify a charge or arrest. Common examples of conspiracy often surround criminal acts such asmoney laundering, drug crimes, weapons offenses, and bank robberies. These cases can be very complex due to multiple numbers of “co-conspirators” being involved in such an act and the dynamics of law enforcement pressure or wiretaps. Each person involved in a conspiracy can be held legally liable for another co-conspirator’s illegal actions, and statements of one party against another can be used in trial proceedings. This can mean that having a legal team well-versed in procedure and federal law on your side is critical in the full protection of your rights.
Your very future rests in the hands of your team of attorneys, and we at Kaye, McLane, Bednarski & Litt, LLP are well-prepared to go to bat for you. Our firm is consistently recognized for its legal prowess, and is highly experienced in matters of federal criminal defense and jury trials. We can put our extensive capabilities and resources to work in your defense and will do all within our power to obtain a successful outcome in your case.
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