Dedicated Miami Criminal Defense Lawyers
A conspiracy case is considered the "darling of the prosecutor"
-- if a prosecutor alleges and proves conspiracy, statements of co-conspirators
can be used as evidence. Hearsay rules intended to protect the rights
of the accused often do not apply in conspiracy cases. Conspiracy charges
can be added to a case when two or more people are accused of having planned
to commit a crime. Almost all
federal criminal cases will include conspiracy charges.
Miami criminal trial attorneys at our South Florida defense firm are prepared
to handle state and federal cases involving conspiracy charges. If you
would like to speak with a member of the firm about representation, or
if you have any other question, please contact us.
Ready to Handle Many Types of Conspiracy Cases
If you are convicted of participating in planning a crime, you may face
the same penalties as the person who actually committed the crime. It
may not even matter that the crime was never committed. The rules of evidence
and the trial process seemingly are weighted to favor the prosecution.
The conspiracy defense lawyer trying your case needs to know what to expect
and how to protect your rights.
attorneys will handle conspiracy charges related to a wide variety of cases, such as:
- Business fraud
- Financial schemes
- Medicaid fraud
- Internet crime
- Bribery of officials
- Tax offenses
Call a Miami Criminal Defense Lawyer Today!
Our federal conspiracy defense lawyers provide nationwide representation
from our offices in Miami, Florida. Many of our clients come from the
Middle and Southern federal districts of Florida, including the communities
of Ft. Lauderdale, Miami Beach, West Palm Beach, Hollywood, Palm Beach
County, and Broward County.