Texas Conspiracy Defense Lawyer
Defending Clients in Dallas County, Collin County, & Tarrant County
Are you a conspirator just because the government says so? Of course not. Federal prosecutors often charge people with a conspiracy based on their role in a drug ring, from low-level street dealers and drug mules to business owners allegedly laundering money. Many of the people charged with conspiracy were never in possession of drugs, so the feds would have a hard time proving possession or intent to sell and distribute.
At the Dallas defense firm of Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP, our attorneys have handled many state and federal drug cases in Texas courts. We've tackled conspiracy charges head on and seen them crumble in court because there was insufficient evidence. Federal charges are serious and stressful—but we know how to exploit their weaknesses and ensure that you do not face unwarranted consequences.
About Federal Conspiracy Charges
Conspiracy charges are most often used in federal drug crime prosecution. Sometimes it's combined with tax evasion; sometimes it's included with corruption charges or embezzlement. Conspiracy charges are often applied to any part of a criminal operation with mild or even incidental involvement.
Conspiracy charges could be added to the underlying charges. Because people may work together to commit crimes, the culpability of one is passed on to all members of the conspiracy. If you are facing federal criminal charges for conspiracy, combined with drug trafficking, money laundering, or other drug crimes or white-collar crimes, we can help.
Why Choose Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP?
Defense Attorney Christopher Lewis has more than 10 years of experience in handling cases in the criminal justice system in Texas. He has handled more than 100 jury trials and achieved countless dismissals and plea agreements. In addition, he has been awarded many honors by the Texas legal community. He was named one of the "Best Lawyers in Dallas Under 40" by D Magazine in 2004 and 2006 and a "Rising Star" by Texas Monthly Magazine in 2005-2009.
Whether it be trying your case to a jury or obtaining a favorable plea bargain agreement, you can have confidence that your case is in good hands. Contact our Dallas law office for a free consultation. We fight hard to protect your rights throughout the legal process.