Madison County Conspiracy Defense Lawyers
Trial-Tested in Criminal Defense
Conspiracy is a very serious crime that falls under both state and federal laws. It occurs when two or more people agree to commit an illegal act. You can be charged with conspiracy even when the crime is not then actually committed. Depending on the circumstances of the unlawful act you conspired to commit, you will likely be charged with either a state misdemeanor or felony or a federal felony.
It is important, therefore, to seek the legal counsel of a trusted criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. At Savant & Rich, LLC, you can retain a Madison County conspiracy defense attorney well-versed in both state and federal criminal justice proceedings. Our firm can provide the aggressive legal representation needed at every phase of your case, from initial questioning to grand jury proceedings to trials before a judge and jury.
Conspiracy Facts & Consequences
The crime of conspiracy involves specific intent on the part of the conspirators to commit the unlawful act. It also usually involves steps taken in preparation or furtherance of the intended act. You can be charged with both conspiracy as well as the unlawful act that was completed after the agreement was made.
Punishments for conspiracy could include:
- Fines of up to $5,000 and/or a prison sentence of up to five years
- Further penalties upon a conviction is conspiracy is charged in combination the crime itself
- Up to 20 years and/or a fine of up to $500,000 where conspiracy to commit murder is proven
Federal Conspiracy Crimes
If the conspiracy involved violating a federal law or crossing interstate borders, it can be prosecuted in federal court. Federal crimes are often subject to mandatory minimum sentences which are usually much harsher than state penalties.
Let Us Protect Your Legal Rights & Work for a Better Outcome
Our Madison County conspiracy defense attorneys have always been committed to backing up our clients with hard work, a full application of our skills and resources, and determination. We can protect your legal rights, ensure that you see fair treatment, and explore all options in seeking the most favorable case result.
Do not hesitate to call us to arrange to speak to a conspiracy defenseattorney at (601) 869-5015.
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