Austin Conspiracy to Commit an Illegal Act Lawyers

It is easy to believe that you can only be charged with a crime if the crime actually happens. However,iIn some cases, individuals can be charged with a criminal act even before the crime itself is committed. This is commonly referred to as the conspiracy to commit an illegal act. If you are charged with conspiracy, you could be facing serious consequences that could affect all areas of your life.

If you have been charged with conspiracy to commit an illegal act, you do not need to face this trying time in your life alone. We are dedicated to protecting your right to a fair trial, and we will stand by you every step of the way. Contact experienced Austin conspiracy attorney Ian Inglis today at (512) 472-1950 to schedule a consultation where we can discuss your legal options.

What Counts as Conspiracy?

Conspiracy charges are not as serious as the charges of actually committing the crime, but they can still have long-term consequences on your life. The federal government defines conspiracy based on the following points:

  • A minimum of two people have to agree to perform a crime and willingly commit to the conspiracy
  • At least one person acted to move the conspiracy toward an actual crime

In every conspiracy case, a federal prosecutor has to prove these criteria. That is why it is important to have an experienced criminal defense attorney on your side if you are facing conspiracy charges. He or she can help prove that these criteria were not met, and therefore it was not an act of conspiracy.

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Even though you may not have committed an actual crime, planning to carry out an illegal act can leave you facing serious legal, personal, and professional repercussions. If you have been accused of conspiracy, it is important to talk to a lawyer about your rights. Contact experienced and aggressive Austin conspiracy lawyer Ian Inglis at (512) 472-1950 today.

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