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Federal Conspiracy Charges Defense Attorneys

Conspiracy is probably the most commonly charged federal crime. Prosecutors often rely on it because it allows them to include evidence that might otherwise not be relevant to substantive charges. Conspiracy charges do not require that a conventional crime be committed. Two people just talking about committing a federal crime, and taking even a minor step that constitutes an "overt act" toward committing the crime, can be enough for a conspiracy conviction. Hearsay, ordinarily inadmissible for other criminal charges, is often admissible in conspiracy cases.

In short, conspiracy charges often make the job of prosecutor much easier. Our job, at Murphy & Price, LLP, is often to make prosecutors' job more difficult in order to accomplish a better result for our client.

The Federal Criminal Practice at Murphy & Price, LLP, is nationwide in scope, with particular focus on federal criminal cases in Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Colorado, New Mexico, California and Florida.

Defense Against Charges Of Drug Conspiracy

Conspiracy cases often result in minor players in a criminal conspiracy subjected to the same harsh mandatory sentencing as the leader. Minor participants without the proper legal help are often sentenced to extensive periods of imprisonment in the federal system.

Our assets in defending against federal drug crimes are our decades years of experience with these cases, our knowledge of federal criminal law and case law, and our distinguished network of investigators and expert witnesses.

Our main offices are in Maryland and Washington D.C., but we handle cases from across the United States. Areas where we have enjoyed especially good success include San Diego, California; Norfolk, Virginia; Washington, D.C., and Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Our attorneys have the track record of experience and work with you to a successful outcome. To discuss the particulars of your case, call our federal conspiracy charges defense lawyers at 410-280-2500 or write to us using this online form.