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Orlando Conspiracy Charge Attorney

Whitney S. Boan Protecting Your Right

Crimes aren’t always committed by a single individual. In fact there are many instances where two or more people collude together in order to commit the offense. In the world of criminal defense, this is called conspiracy, and it’s a highly punishable offense. However, due to the definition that conspiracy can include persons only know minor details instead of the entire plan, there are often times many persons accused of the charge. It’s for this reason that it can be a very difficult accusation to represent, and you should always seek out an attorney who has experience with both the crime committed and conspiracy law.

From the moment you contact the law offices of Whitney S. Boan, P.A., we work with you on every detail to build your defense. Since these are traditionally crimes on the federal level, the prosecution is quick to start making the case against you, and it’s because of this that time is of the essence. Before contacting us, you may want to know the particulars to these charges that you may face, and how we can work to represent you.

At Whitney S. Boan, P.A. in Orlando, FL, your needs take a priority. Your case is serious to us, and as a result we are here for you when you need us. All you need to do is call: (407) 413-9569

What Qualifies as Conspiracy?

When we use the word conspiracy, the first image is typically a dimly lit room with people conversing quietly about committing a heinous crime. While this is a dramatization, the idea is still appropriate; any conversation between multiple individuals about criminal activity is conspiracy in the court of law, regardless of the intended crime and its severity. If two or more people discuss robbing a bank and buy ski masks, they have shown an intent and can both be found guilty regardless if they actually went through with the robbery.

Plan of Defense

There are some tricky elements to these charges that make them difficult to defend. Perhaps the most confusing aspect is the level of involvement for all persons accused. Let’s say you are being charged for conspiracy to traffic drugs, but you weren’t taking part in the act itself. If there’s not concrete evidence to show how much you were involved, what is the basis for the case against you? Your defense is reliant upon knowing all details about your involvement, and from the moment you consult with us, we’re taking every bit of evidence you provide to help create your representation. Not only do we have the opportunity to reduce your potential sentence, but we may be able to have your charges completely removed depending on how much evidence there is against you.

Whitney S. Boan is an experienced lawyer who works with all levels of criminal defense cases, including collusion. If you are facing any level of conspiracy, it’s in your best interest to contact our offices as soon as possible. Federal offenses are not to be taken lightly, and your entire future may be at stake. Do not attempt self-representation, as there are many technicalities surrounding your circumstances that you may not have any awareness of. We’re the attorneys who can look at every aspect and determine the most effective route to your defense. Contact us at your earliest, you deserve the best future possible.