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Federal Conspiracy Charges Require An Experienced Defense Lawyer

Federal conspiracy charges are a tool used by the government to prosecute two or more individuals for working together for any type of illegal purpose or activity. It is a broad charge that the government can use against individuals, whether or not the crime was ever committed.

If you are facing federal conspiracy charges, it is important that you have a lawyer with experience and a proven track record, equipped to protect your interests.

Call attorney Charles L. Truncale, P.A., of Jacksonville, Florida, today at 904-469-0653. With more than 30 years of experience in criminal and federal law, he has prosecuted and defended conspiracy charges — and he is prepared to protect you.

Aggressive Advocacy On Your Behalf

The government does not have to prove that the parties ever actually committed the crime — simply that they had worked together, planning to carry out illegal activity. This could include:

  • Drug crimes conspiracy, including conspiracy to manufacture, distribute or traffic drugs
  • Fraud conspiracy, including tax fraud, money laundering, credit card fraud or any other fraudulent activity
  • Conspiracy to commit theft, including robbing a bank or robbery of interstate commerce

If you are up against the federal government on conspiracy charges, it is critical that you have representation equipped to handle federal charges and who has experience in trying conspiracy charges. With more than two decades of experience as a state and federal prosecutor, attorney Charles L. Truncale knows how the government uses conspiracy as a means of prosecuting individuals. He understands how to thoroughly investigate these charges and craft strategic defenses that stand up in federal court.

It is much easier for the government to try a conspiracy case than substantive charges as it must only prove that the individuals involved were planning together to commit a crime. It doesn’t actually have to prove that you committed the crime. The government often puts together large volumes of evidence against accused individuals, prosecuting even minor participants in the alleged plan. Mr. Truncale knows how to aggressively counter these charges and fight to defend his clients.

Prompt Action Is Important

If you face federal conspiracy charges or even if you have only been questioned by authorities regarding a conspiracy investigation, it is important to enlist experienced, intelligent legal counsel. Call 904-469-0653 or use the online contact form on this website to schedule a consultation.