Conspiracy Charges

Philadelphia Conspiracy Charge Attorneys

Have You Been Charged With Conspiracy?

Conspiracy charges can stand alone. However, they are often layered on top of other criminal charges, from cases involving drug crimes to white collar crimes. At Cherry Criminal Law, our attorneys frequently handle cases in which people have been charged with two or more crimes. With decades of experience on our side, we know how to attack charges one at a time, eliminating some, reducing others and taking the steps that need to be taken to obtain the best possible outcome. If you have been charged with conspiracy alone or you face multiple additional charges, we will fight to get you justice.

The Definition of a Conspiracy

While conspiracy charges can certainly apply to cases involving allegations of large scale organized crime, many people are surprised to learn that the definition of a conspiracy is only two or more people working together to commit a crime. If there was any sort of discussion or agreement made between two or more people, conspiracy may be charged.

Criminal prosecutors like conspiracy charges because all that needs to be proven is that the parties involved conspired to commit a drug crime, white collar crime or other crime. They do not need to prove that the crime was actually committed. This means that these cases can be extremely challenging. Our lawyers are up to the challenge.

If you have been charged with conspiracy in Philadelphia or elsewhere in Pennsylvania, we will educate you about your options. We will work to negotiate a positive outcome. If that fails, we are willing to take your case to trial to fight to get you justice.

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To discuss your case with one of our experienced Philadelphia conspiracy charge lawyers, call us at 610-565-0300 or 215-675-2400 or send us an e-mail.