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Have you been charged with conspiracy? If so, it’s in your best interest to speak with an Orlando conspiracy defense attorney at our office right away. Conspiracy is a serious criminal offense, punishable by imprisonment, large fines, and a mark on your criminal record. At Katz & Phillips, P.A., you can trust you’ll receive the dedicated representation and aggressive defense needed to tackle your charges, and increase your chances of preserving your rights and freedom. All of the attorneys at our office have a great deal of experience handling cases in the Florida criminal court system, but more importantly are committed to helping you resolve your case in the best possible outcome.

Understanding the Role of an Orlando Conspiracy Defense Attorney

Conspiracy is the crime of two people working together to commit or carry out a crime. In other types of criminal cases, prosecutors and law enforcement officials must have evidence that proves or strongly suggests your involvement in the crime. In conspiracy cases, however, the prosecution only needs to prove that you had a “general intent” to commit a crime. Whether you actually ended up committing or carry out the crime is a moot point.

Trust Our Orlando Conspiracy Defense Law Firm

To ensure you have proper defense against the prosecution, it’s best to consult an attorney who has experience handling all types of conspiracy cases. At Katz & Phillips, P.A., we have been representing people in the Orlando area for years, and have experience defending clients charged with conspiracy in connection with the following types of crimes:

  • White Collar Crimes
  • Drug Crimes
  • Theft Crimes
  • Federal Crimes
  • Violent Crimes
  • Murder & Manslaughter
  • Sex Crimes
  • Internet Crimes
  • Assault & Battery
  • Burglary

Should you choose to retain our services, you can trust that we will go the extra mile to provide you with the strongest defense possible. We will thoroughly investigate your charges, and stand up to the prosecution, demanding that they display the evidence needed to press charges. If we come across any evidence that suggests the police do not have valid evidence, or that the evidence was obtained unlawfully, we will make it known to the judge, and motion to have the evidence dropped and the charges reduced or dismissed.

If you’ve been charged with conspiracy, please don’t hesitate to contact an Orlando conspiracy defense lawyer at Katz & Phillips, PA. Protecting your rights and helping you avoid a life-altering conviction are always are main priorities!