Drug Conspiracy Crimes
Even playing a small role in the planning of a crime can lead you to be in prison and facing serious charges. Planning to commit an illegal act is known as an act of conspiracy. In order to be convicted of conspiracy charges, it is not necessary for the prosecution to prove that you were responsible at every point in the planning of the act. Simply being involved in the process may be enough.
If you have been arrested for drug conspiracy charges, do not delay seeking legal representation in this matter. Information that you divulge to authorities can be used against you, even if you believe that it may be relatively harmless. Contact a Milwaukee drug conspiracy attorney of Hart Powell, S.C., by calling (414) 271-9595.
Forms of Drug Conspiracies
Drug conspiracies involve planning to commit an illegal act involving one of the following and do not require that the illegal action was actually taken:
- Manufacturing drugs
- Growing drugs
- Selling drugs
- Distributing drugs for the purpose of sale or use
If you have been accused of drug conspiracy charges, you may be tried with other conspirators. However, with the help of a skilled and experienced attorney, you can file a motion requesting to be charged separately. This can help you to avoid your involvement being misrepresented and could potentially result in a dismissal of your case or a reduction of the charges.
You do not have to go through this alone. You need aggressive, experienced defense representation, and the Milwaukee drug conspiracy attorneys at Hart Powell, S.C., offer precisely that. Contact us today at (414) 271-9595.
Written by Michael Hart & Craig PowellLast Updated : January 13, 2016