Conspiracy Offences

Drugs, Murder, Robbery, Firearms, Fraud, Organised Crime

Criminal conspiracy charges are extremely serious and may often result in life sentences. The law states that someone will be guilty of an offence if the prosecution can prove, beyond reasonable doubt that there was an agreement between two or more parties to commit a crime.

The people accused of the crime may not have been those that actually carried out the unlawful act. However, the legal position is that if the agreement and intention existed between the parties, then all those subject to the agreement may be guilty of the offence.

As the law surrounding conspiracies is so complex, if you have been accused of a criminal conspiracy it is vital that you instruct a specialist legal team, with relevant experience of these matters to represent you at every stage – interview, investigation and, if required, robust defence throughout the Court process.

It could make a huge difference to the outcome of your case.

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