Conspiracy

Criminal conspiracy carries heavy punishments if you are convicted. Fight the charges against you with a seasoned Philadelphia based conspiracy lawyer.

In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, criminal conspiracy is defined as agreeing with one or more people to commit a crime. You may also be charged with criminal conspiracy if you aid someone else in committing a crime, or even planning a crime. Most of the time, if more than one person is arrested and charged with the same crime, all of the persons involved will face charges of conspiracy.

Being charged with criminal conspiracy can lead to harsh punishments, especially if the District Attorney can prove that you knew the person with whom you were conspiring with was conspiring with others regarding the same crime – this, in essence, would allow you to be found guilty of conspiring with all of the people involved. This can make your sentence more significant, and being convicted of conspiracy typically involves jail time, steep fines, probation, restitution, community service and other punishments.

How To Defend Yourself Against Conspiracy Charges With The Help Of A Philadelphia Conspiracy Lawyer

If you are facing charges of conspiracy, it is essential that you contact the office of a skilled criminal defense attorney as quickly as possible. You need to begin building a solid defense immediately, and at the Law Firm of Schrom & Shaffer, P.C., we can help you do that. We will fully investigate your case to look for evidence to support your innocence and will fight for you to keep your rights and freedoms under the law.