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Conspiracy

If you are facing conspiracy charges in New Hampshire, you will want to have a well-qualified lawyer by your side as your case hits the judicial system.

That man is criminal defense lawyer Michael Anzalone. He is ready to defend you on whatever charges you face.

Conspiracy charges can be quite serious so it is best for you to be well-prepared by hiring a lawyer you can help you get the best possible outcome in your case.

A conspiracy charge means that you must be involved with at least one other person in the planning of a crime, or the execution of a criminal activity. In addition, someone who is involved must make an overt act in furthering the criminal conspiracy.

What Does This Mean?

It means, simply, that any time more than one person conspires to commit a crime and get caught, they all must hire attorneys. Your best bet is to get Michael Anzalone on your side.

Conspiracy can be added to any charge as long as more than one person is planning a crime. This is whether or not a crime is committed. This is because the plan is the crime.

And you will need an attorney who can help you put together a strong defense. Especially since other people who are charged in the conspiracy talking to authorities about the case.

Testimony in these cases can lead prosecutors to bring additional charges against you. And when that happens, often the co-conspirator will be seeking a deal to get reduced charges against him or her.

So, you’ll need a lawyer you can help sort all of this out in your favor. Remember that under New Hampshire law, the sentence for a plot to commit a crime _ or the conspiracy _ can be as harsh as the penalty for the crime itself. Of course this all depends on the circumstances of your case.

Also, conspiracy can land either in state court in New Hampshire or in federal court, again depending on the circumstances.

Your attorney can explain the differences to you.

It’s vital that you communicate effectively with your lawyer as he or she starts to plan the defense that will be used if your case goes to court.

It can be a complicated case because of the nature of the charges. A group of people is involved in a conspiracy case, so if one of those people starts talking to authorities, law enforcement may start surveillance or even a sting operation to get the other co-conspirators.

Your attorney will need to learn as much as possible about this to properly defend you against the charges that have been leveled.

There are many forms of conspiracy, including crimes such as robbing a bank, drug crimes or even murder. In the case of murder, the punishment will not be more than 30 years.

Again, you need a criminal defense attorney who will work hard to get the best possible deal for you. Our goal at The Anzalone Law Firm is to get you back on your feet as quickly as possible.

Please call 603-548-3797 for a free consultation with Michael Anzalone.

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