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New Jersey Conspiracy Lawyers Stand Up for Clients Charged with Conspiracy Offenses in Federal Court

Have you been arrested and charged in federal court with conspiracy to commit a crime? Under federal law, conspiracy is treated just as seriously as the underlying criminal offense that was the subject of the conspiracy. A conviction can have significant consequences for your reputation, freedom, and future. You deserve experienced legal representation from the federal conspiracy defense attorneys of Agre & St. John to help you stand up for your rights.

Our legal team has seven decades of legal experience in criminal law, having worked on both sides of the courtroom as prosecutors and criminal defense attorneys. Our background gives us a deep insight into how the government prepares criminal cases, allowing us to craft effective defense strategies to help our clients pursue favorable resolutions to their conspiracy charges. We will fight as hard as needed in your case, including going to trial when you want to assert your innocence and contest your charges. Our firm strives to obtain great results for every client we represent.

If you’ve been charged with conspiracy in federal court, you may be facing serious criminal penalties in the event of a conviction. Get the legal help you need to defend your rights and future by contacting Agre & St. John for a free initial case evaluation. Our New Jersey conspiracy lawyers can help you understand your legal options and discuss what to expect during the criminal justice process.

When facing federal charges, trust Agre & St. John's experienced attorneys to mount a vigorous defense and protect your rights in complex federal criminal cases. Call 856-454-8674 or complete our online contact form for a confidential consultation.

Types of Federal Conspiracy Charges Our Firm Can Help With

At Agre & St. John, our federal conspiracy defense attorneys represent clients who have been charged with all types of conspiracy offenses, including:

  • Conspiracy to bribe a public official or witness
  • Conspiracy to commit bank fraud, mail fraud, or wire fraud
  • Conspiracy to commit money laundering
  • Conspiracy to engage in drug manufacturing or trafficking (21 U.S.C. s. 846)
  • Conspiracy to defraud or commit an offense against the federal government (18 U.S.C. s. 317)
  • Conspiracy to engage in counterfeiting
  • Conspiracy to commit embezzlement
  • Conspiracy to commit kidnapping or human trafficking
  • Conspiracy to commit cybercrimes or internet crimes
  • Conspiracy to commit tax fraud
  • Conspiracy to commit hate crimes
  • Conspiracy to commit terrorism

Common Defenses to a Conspiracy Charge

Federal prosecutors must prove every element of a conspiracy charge beyond a reasonable doubt. Proving the crime of conspiracy requires showing that two or more people agreed to work together to commit a crime. However, there are multiple legal defenses to a charge of criminal conspiracy, such as:

  • You did not enter any agreement with another person to commit a crime
  • You lacked the intent to commit a crime
  • You did not know that the plan involved committing a crime
  • You participated in the conspiracy under coercion, duress, or undue influence
  • You withdrew from the conspiracy and took affirmative steps to frustrate the criminal attempt, such as taking away financial support or resources, or altering the authorities to the upcoming criminal attempt

Many effective defense strategies revolve around challenging the prosecution’s evidence and filing motions to suppress evidence that may have been unlawfully obtained by law enforcement or that is inadmissible under the Federal Rules of Evidence. For example, if investigators obtained evidence of the alleged conspiracy through a warrantless search not conducted under a recognized legal exception to the constitutional warrant requirement, your New Jersey conspiracy lawyers can move to suppress that evidence. Your attorneys may also seek to discredit the testimony of your alleged co-conspirators by noting that they received favorable sentencing in exchange for accusing you of being part of the conspiracy.

Don't face federal charges alone – schedule a confidential consultation with Agre & St. John's skilled defense team to understand your options and build a robust defense strategy.

Let the Federal Conspiracy Defense Attorneys at Agre & St. John Fight for Your Rights

If you’ve been charged with conspiracy to commit drug trafficking or another federal offense, you may be facing serious consequences in the event of a conviction, including prison time, fines, and the long-term effects of a criminal record. You need experienced legal representation to fight your charges and obtain a favorable outcome in your case, whether that means a dismissal of your charges, a fair plea deal, or an acquittal at trial. Turn to the New Jersey conspiracy lawyers of Agre & St. John to help you:

  • Investigate your charges to discover facts and evidence that may support your defense
  • Understand the specific elements of the charges against you, potential outcomes in your case, and what to expect in federal criminal court
  • Identify potential factual and legal defenses to conspiracy charges, including moving to exclude evidence unlawfully obtained by investigators or testing the sufficiency of the government’s case by filing motions to dismiss your charges
  • Pursue a favorable resolution to your conspiracy charges, whether you decide to negotiate a plea agreement with the prosecutors or to assert your innocence by contesting your charges at trial

Contact Us for a Free Confidential Consultation to Discuss Your Options with Our New Jersey Conspiracy Lawyers

When you are facing conspiracy charges, contact Agre & St. John for strong legal advocacy from our federal conspiracy defense attorneys. We offer free consultations to discuss your legal options and how our firm can defend your rights, reputation, and freedom against serious criminal conspiracy charges.

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