Understanding & Fighting Conspiracy Charges
Federal Criminal Defense Lawyers in Portland: 60+ Years of Combined Experience
The criminal charge of conspiracy is considered an agreement that has been made between two individuals or more to commit an illegal act. These are serious charges that become even more severe when they involve a federal crime. It’s an umbrella term that covers a wide range of crimes, including drug crimes, white collar crimes, violent crimes, and more.
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In any case, it’s important that you begin developing a defensive strategy as soon as you become a suspect. Our Portland federal criminal defense lawyers at Kohlmetz, Steen & Hanrahan, P.C. have more than 60 years of combined, in-depth legal experience and are extremely competent at handling these specific types of cases. We have helped thousands of clients throughout the years resolve their legal problems and we can help you, too.
What you need to know about conspiracy charges:
- Depending on the circumstances surrounding the charge, conspiracy can be a misdemeanor or a felony
- Accusations can easily be unfounded and you could be looking at high penalties without just cause
- A conviction could lead to a jail sentencing, costly fines, and other severe penalties
- For the most serious cases, life in prison is a possible sentencing
- There are viable defense options to have charges reduced or dropped
Kohlmetz, Steen & Hanrahan, P.C. places a strong focus on the client attorney relationship and we are there to give you peace of mind during an extremely stressful situation. We will help educate you on the legal process related to your case so that you are not left in the dark. We are also a strong advocate for you in the court room and it is here that you will see our experience and knowledge work hard for you.
The benefits of having a knowledgeable federal criminal defense attorney in Portland on your case are countless. Speak with Kohlmetz, Steen & Hanrahan, P.C. about your charges by calling (503) 303-0771.