An Aggressive Defense For Federal Conspiracy Charges
Facing a federal charge of conspiracy? Now is the time to take action. Even if you are just currently under investigation, it is essential to obtain legal help. The sooner you have a Tallahassee federal attorney to represent you, the better off your case will be in the long run.
The attorneys at Jansen & Davis, P.A. combine over 70 years of experience in criminal defense. We will fiercely advocate for your rights and will fight to minimize or eliminate the penalties you may be facing.
Understanding Federal Conspiracy
If two or more people make an agreement to commit a crime and take even one step toward completing the crime, they can be charged with conspiracy. Conspiracy is a serious federal offense that can be charged regardless of whether or not the involved parties actually go through with the crime; simply taking a step toward completing the crime is enough evidence to bring charges against a person.
Depending upon the type of crime involved in the conspiracy, it may be charged as either a felony or a misdemeanor. In cases where the defendants were plotting murder, the crime will most likely be charged as a felony, whereas if the defendants were plotting to commit a theft crime, it may be charged as a misdemeanor.
What Our Experience Can Do for You
A Tallahassee federal criminal lawyer from our firm will be able to examine your situation to determine exactly what kind of charges you might be up against and will then take the necessary actions to build a strong defense to the charges. By gathering pertinent evidence, information, and witness testimony, your attorney may be able to have your conspiracy charges reduced or dismissed or, at the least, can argue you a lesser sentence if conviction cannot be avoided.
If you are facing conspiracy charges, you need an experienced federal criminal defense attorney on your side. Your lawyer will help you navigate the federal criminal system and will handle your conspiracy charges in the most efficient way possible. If convicted of this federal crime, you could be sent to federal prison for many years, and you will want to do whatever it takes to avoid this, beginning with hiring a lawyer.