Dedicated Miami Conspiracy Lawyer
Most people don’t realize that they could potentially be arrested and prosecuted for a crime for only having an agreement or plan to commit one, but not actually doing it. Such is the law of conspiracy and it can be charged at either the state or federal level.
The federal crime covers a wide array of conduct; specifically, when 2 or more people conspire to commit any offense or to defraud the United States or any of its agencies “in any manner or for any purpose, and one or more of such persons do any act to effect the object of the conspiracy.” If found guilty, the punishment could include up to five years in prison, and a substantial fine. But there’s more that you should consider.
For starters, few people who plan to commit a criminal act memorialize it in a written contract. In some instances, the people may not even know each other. Guess what? It doesn’t matter. The Feds can still prosecute the case with less.
Conspiracy to commit bank fraud, credit card fraud, drug trafficking
The list of potential conspiracy charges is long. Often, these prosecutions have more than two co-defendants. In some instances there might be dozens. This works to the government’s advantage. It increases the likelihood that one or more of the defendants will cooperate with the government in snitch on others. They know it; and they use it to pressure people into making bad decisions (like resolving their case with a guilty plea or potentially cooperating themselves).
Jordan Redavid is an experienced, dedicated, and passionate conspiracy lawyer and knows how to properly defend these cases. My goal is to help you obtain an acquittal, dismissal, or resolve your case with a favorable plea bargain that could potentially limit your exposure. Don’t wait, the government isn’t. Call Jordan Redavid 24/7 to get a FREE consultation for your conspiracy case. (305) 938-9939