Don’t Let Conspiracy Charges Intimidate You
Being charged with conspiracy can be confusing. Sometimes people are charged with conspiracy to commit a crime that they did not carry out. Others may be charged with conspiracy to commit a crime and the crime itself.
Regardless of the reason you are charged, conspiracy is a serious offense. You can rely on the experienced defense attorneys atMichael A. Gottlieb, P.A., in Fort Lauderdale, for aggressive, intelligent defense representation. We have the experience to protect your rights in State and Federal court. Speak with one of our lawyers today to learn how we may help you.
Conspiracy Charges In White Collar And Drug Cases
Based on our experience, we have found that it is common for conspiracy charges to be brought in white collar cases and drug cases.
Drug conspiracy charges are frequently used by law enforcement to threaten people with minor roles in alleged drug crimes with far more serious charges. These threats may result in people confessing to less serious crimes out of fear. They may also provide information about other people charged in the conspiracy in exchange for the reduction or dismissal of their charges.
Examples of charges that may be brought in white collar cases include:
- Conspiracy to commit fraud
- Conspiracy to commit embezzlement
- Conspiracy to commit internet crimes
- Conspiracy to commit money laundering
It is important to remember that filing conspiracy charges is fairly simple. Proving guilt, however, is far more complex. If you have been accused of playing a small part in an alleged crime, we will work to demonstrate that you did not know about the conspiracy and/or did not purposely have a role in it.
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