One of the broadest categories of crimes is conspiracy, which can have additional charges connected to it. A conspiracy is committed when two or more people agree to commit some sort of crime. If you’ve been charged with conspiracy, you need to hire a defense attorney to help you avoid going to jail.
No Crime Necessary
The crime of conspiracy can be charged against you even if no crime has taken place. All that is required is for at least two people to agree to commit a crime and for at least one person to take some sort of step to advance the plan. If it happens, the prosecutor’s office can charge you with conspiracy and you’ll need an attorney to help with your criminal defense case in Maricopa, AZ.
One of the most common conspiracy crimes is selling drugs and anyone with the knowledge of it can be arrested and charged with the crime. Selling drugs will usually be a felony, depending on the amount you had in possession.
While a class 2 felony such as selling drugs could get you five to 15 years if convicted, you would not get the same time if you’re charged with conspiracy to sell drugs. This is why it is important to hire an experienced lawyer for your criminal defense case as he or she could help you get less time for the crime.
In Arizona, if a person is charged with a conspiracy, it will be considered an offense of the same class as the most serious crime involved in the conspiracy. So, if the conspiracy Involves selling drugs, which is a class 2 felony, then no matter how little you were involved in the crime, you could be charged with a class 2 felony. An attorney from Alexander Law Offices can help you with a conspiracy criminal defense case.
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