Conspiracy

Conspiracy is one of the most complex federal criminal charges — and one of the most difficult to prove. That's why you need a knowledgeable, experienced federal criminal defense lawyer like the Georgia conspiracy attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., on your side if you've been charged. We fight to win.

Loosely defined, conspiracy is an agreement between two or more parties to carry out a criminal act. Under federal law, crimes can range from conspiring to traffic illegal narcotics to conspiring to defraud a bank or business to conspiring to commit treason against the United States. In order for a case to be brought against a party, federal law usually requires that some sort of overt act — something that is concrete and provable — be carried out.

When facing federal criminal conspiracy charges, you will likely deal with the U.S. attorney and at least one government agency such as the FBI, DEA or SEC. You will need skilled attorneys on your side to fight against the power of the federal government. You will need representation from the law firm of Conaway & Strickler, P.C.

Atlanta Conspiracy Lawyers

Defending against federal conspiracy charges is very different from defending a case in Georgia state or superior courts. The Atlanta conspiracy lawyers at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., have the thorough understanding of the federal criminal code, procedures and sentencing guidelines necessary to effectively defend against federal conspiracy charges.

Most federal criminal conspiracy cases hinge on evidence and witnesses. Although judges are sometimes more lenient with prosecutorial evidence in such cases, this still creates a wide area for defense attacks and strategies. In many cases, our expert legal staff has succeeded in getting conspiracy charges reduced or thrown out. This has been our specialty.

Whether you are being investigated in a federal conspiracy case or you have already been charged, you need to contact our law office right away. Don't make any statements until you understand your rights.