Brooklyn Conspiracy Defense Lawyer

Charged with Conspiracy?

One can be charged for conspiracy for doing actions that are otherwise legal if they further a criminal plan. One may be held responsible for crimes committed anyone in the criminal enterprise. For instance the person driving a getaway car in a bank holdup is guilty of murder if the holdup man shoots the teller. This is true even though the driver does not have a gun, enter the bank or do anything except drive a car. Conspiracy is often charged in connection with drug trafficking, money laundering, burglary, theft, murder and RICO prosecutions. If you are charged, it may be at the state or federal level. If you seek strong defense against charges, you are urged to contact a criminal defense lawyer in Brooklyn.

Defending Your Rights - Protecting Your Freedom

At The Law Offices of David E. Levine we defend clients charged with conspiracy in the Brooklyn area. We are conscious of the inherent unfairness of conspiracy charges where marginally involved persons are charged with heinous crimes. We utilize all available defenses to win dismissal for our clients. We scrutinize wiretaps and searches for constitutional violations and move to exclude all evidence seized. We move to suppress confessions taken under duress or without notification of rights. Where clients are implicated by informants, we expose the criminal background the accuser. At trial we relentlessly challenge misleading and prejudicial evidence offered by the government. We remind the jury of its duty to consider our client innocent until proven guilty and to hold the government responsible for proving its case beyond a reasonable doubt. We present our client's side of the story and strongly appeal to the jury to do the just thing and acquit. We have successfully defended many clients to a favorable resolution of their case. We urge you to contact us to discuss your case before it progresses further through the system.

Contact a Brooklyn criminal defense lawyer for aggressive defense against conspiracy charges.