Conspiracy

Conspiracy

A person may be charged with conspiracy when it is believed that there is an agreement between two or more people to commit a crime at some time in the future, with one or more of those people carrying out any overt act to affect the object of the conspiracy.

Punishment for conspiracy can vary substantially depending on the crime. If you are facing conspiracy charges, it is necessary that you consult with a qualified criminal defense attorney in order to understand your options. Our defense team has substantial expertise in conspiracy cases, and is always available to provide confidential case evaluations. Contact Pat McDonough or Trinity Hundredmark at Anderson, Tate & Carr to schedule a free consultation about your case. Our priority is protecting your rights.

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