Conspiracy Charges

Charlotte Conspiracy Attorney

North Carolina Lawyer Defending Accusations Of Conspiracy

Conspiracy charges provide prosecutors with a great deal of latitude. In many cases, hearsay rules intended to protect the defendant from unsubstantiated claims do not apply at trial. As a result, statements made by co-conspirators can be entered in as evidence against the accused.

Even if a defendant did not participate in the actual crime itself, if found guilty of conspiracy, they could receive the same sentence as the person who carried out the crime. In certain cases, even if a crime was not committed, those accused of conspiracy can still be sentenced as if the crime had actually occurred.

At The Law Office of Kevin L. Barnett, our experienced criminal defense attorney knows how conspiracy cases are prepared and prosecuted by state and federal authorities. Working with our own investigators and experts, we look for ways to expose groundless assumptions on the part of police and prosecutors and, if necessary, put their case on trial.

Due to the fact that the rules of evidence are different in conspiracy cases, it's essential that you work with an experienced criminal defense lawyer who understands how the court treats conspiracy cases. To schedule a free, confidential consultation, contact us today.

Conspiracy Charges

Almost any criminal offense can also be charged as a conspiracy if there is more than one person involved. The most common offenses charged as conspiracies include:

Facing Federal Prosecutors

Most federal crime cases involve conspiracy charges as well. Often, federal prosecutors will attempt to arrange a plea bargain in exchange for testimony against others. Since hearsay rules don't always apply in conspiracy cases, it's important to work with attorneys who know how to discredit witnesses.

At The Law Office of Kevin L. Barnett, we have the resources needed to thoroughly investigate the charges against our client. We expose shepherding by the prosecution, questionable interrogation techniques, and misconduct by investigators.

Contact The Law Office Of Kevin L. Barnett

We won't let federal or state prosecutors force you into a corner. Protect your rights and fight the charges against you — contact The Law Office of Kevin L. Barnett.

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