Chattanooga Conspiracy Lawyer
Serving Tennessee Residents with More Than 25 Years of Experience
Are you facing charges of conspiracy in connection with a white collar crime? Conspiracy is typically defined as two or more individuals entering into an agreed arrangement to commit some type of criminal offense. The most common types of conspiracy accusations dealt with in federal court involve
drug crimes, but conspiracy can be charged in a variety of other offenses including
homicide, RICO Act prosecutions, and other federal
Conspiracy is a dangerous charge because it often allows prosecutors to go after individuals who prosecutors would not otherwise have enough evidence against them should they be tried alone. In most cases, the evidence against one individual involved in a conspiracy charge is less compelling and the only thing linking them to any criminal activity is their relationship with an alleged "co-conspirator." For this reason, conspiracy charges can be a prosecuting attorney's best friend. If you are facing conspiracy charges it is absolutely imperative that you hire a Chattanooga criminal defense lawyer for the legal defense you need and deserve to protect yourself from these types of charges.
Strong Chattanooga Criminal Defense Attorneys
If you have been charged with conspiracy or have reason to believe you may be suspected of this crime, contact the experienced legal team Davis & Hoss, PC immediately to schedule a free case evaluation with one of our excellent criminal defense attorneys. You need an experienced trial lawyer by your side at this time to answer your questions, consult with you, give you advice, and, if necessary, defend your rights and interests in federal court. With more than 25 years in the legal industry, our Chattanooga white collar crime lawyers have the experience, knowledge, and court trial skill you need to safeguard your reputation, your rights, your future, and your freedom. Contact Davis & Hoss, PC today and learn how our team of legal professionals is prepared to defend you from conspiracy charges.