Conspiracy Lawyer in Las Vegas
Facing Charges? Let Us Fight for You!
Getting caught committing a crime can pose many problems for you, including
arrests, charges, and possible convictions. Generally, the trouble caused
by an offense can be evidenced in the outcomes of your actions –
but did you know that you can also be arrested without actually hurting
anyone, and that
planning a crime is a crime in and of itself?
In Nevada, you can be arrested and charged on grounds of conspiracy crimes
if you and at least one other person agree to commit a crime. The controversy
of this criminal violation is that there is often much left to speculation.
Is this proactive justice or discrimination?
Law Office of David R. Fischer, our Las Vegas conspiracy lawyer believes you deserve to be treated fairly
under the law.
Contact us today to learn what we can do for you.
Details of Conspiracy Charges
The trouble with conspiracy charges does not stop with their inherent vagueness.
You can actually be charged with a crime you did not commit if you were
found to planning to commit it. To give an example, this means that if
there is enough evidence to charge you with conspiracy to commit murder,
you could subsequently be charged
with murder as well. To put that into perspective, you could serve a life sentence
for an action you never fulfilled.
The key elements to conspiracy charges are:
- Two or more people working together
- Written or verbal agreement to commit a crime
- Some sort of open act to commit the crime
Penalties for conspiracy charges can vary depending on the alleged plan
to commit a crime. The more severe the act that was conspired, the more
harsh the punishments could be. For the most part, conspiracies involve
serious violations, so penalties might include:
- Lengthy jail time
- Steep fines
- Probationary periods
Defending You Against Accusations
As a conspiracy charge might not be based on much solid evidence, defending
against it usually requires the help of an aggressive, trial-tested criminal
defense attorney. With our support, you can build a case that shields
you from the scrutiny of the legal system and holds its own against whatever
the stories presented by prosecution. In some cases, we can argue that
the conspired plan was merely fantasy based on impossible probabilities,
such as claiming you want to rob a bank using a helicopter when neither
you nor anyone else you know can operate a helicopter. We can also argue
for abandonment, which states that if there were ever any plans in place,
they were dropped entirely by all parties well before the supposed “day
of action” occurred.
Call (702) 866-9864 for a Free Case Evaluation
Do not suffer a harsh conviction for a crime you never committed just because
you did not take the right steps to defend yourself before your trial.
When you retain the services of our Las Vegas
criminal defense attorney, you will be working with a team that is backed by a history
case results and appreciative