A conspiracy is a kind of criminal partnership. It takes place when two or more individuals plot to commit a crime. An actual crime need not be committed in order for a person to be convicted of conspiracy. For the government to prove you guilty in a conspiracy case, they must prove three elements:

  • First, that there were two or more persons who conspired or agreed to commit a particular crime.
  • Second, the government must prove that the defendant knowingly and voluntarily joined the conspiracy.
  • Third, the government must prove that a member of the conspiracy did at least one overt act as described in the indictment for the purpose of advancing or helping the conspiracy.
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The government must prove each of these elements beyond a reasonable doubt in order for the defendant to be found guilty of a conspiracy charge.

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Conspiracy is one of the favorite charges for drug offenses in Federal Court. When you are charged with conspiracy, you need an experienced criminal defense lawyer who has experience representing clients in Federal Court.

Attorney Jeffrey D. Bramer has been representing the rights of the accused for over 29 years. As a former Birmingham police officer and Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service, Mr. Bramer has unique insight into how criminals are prosecuted. He uses this knowledge to your full advantage as he aggressively protects your best interests in court.

If you or a loved one has been accused of conspiracy, call 205-777-7658 to set up a free consultation with an experienced criminal defense lawyer today.