As defined by Nevada law, conspiracy occurs when two or more people conspire together and agree to commit a crime. This means that the crime does not have to actually be committed to instigate a conspiracy charge – merely agreeing to commit the crime is a crime in and of itself.
You can be charged and convicted of conspiracy even if you do not do anything to further the agreement. No “overt act” is required for a person to be found guilty of conspiracy.
What To Do If You’ve Been Charged With Conspiracy
If you are charged with conspiracy, need a savvy criminal lawyer with substantial experience in defending conspiracy cases. The Defenders know conspiracy law inside and out and can assist you in building a solid case. We are committed to investigating all circumstances surrounding the alleged conspiracy and will use various strategies to convince the courts to dismiss or reduce your charges.
Possible Defenses Against Conspiracy Charges
It’s important to have a well thought out defense plan that covers all your bases. We can help determine:
- There was no agreement to commit a crime
- There is insufficient evidence to prove that you agreed to commit a crime
- The evidence against you is inadmissible in a court of law
The Defenders will do what it takes to help you have a successful trial by devoting the time and attention your case needs to prevail in court. Don’t allow conspiracy charges to ruin your life. Call us for a consultation today.