Facing Conspiracy Charges? Our Experienced Team Is On Your Side.
On the federal level, being convicted of conspiracy is a serious matter and may lead to a stiff prison sentence. The strength and experience of your defense team can give you the edge you need to obtain a reduced sentence or even a dismissal of charges.
Monzón, Guerra & Chipman in Lincoln, Nebraska, offers unparalleled service to clients accused of conspiracy. Using the knowledge gained in over a decade of experience representing hundreds of clients charged with serious, high-stakes crimes, our conspiracy defense attorneys can make a positive impact on your situation.
Addressing The Charges
Simply put, conspiracy is an agreement between two or more individuals to engage in an illicit act. Conspiracy charges may have to do with a plot to commit fraud, conspiracy to commit a crime, prostitution rings or drug-related conspiracy. In the latter, an individual may be charged with a “wet conspiracy” (in which the illegal drug is recovered) or a “dry conspiracy” (in which merely the plan to distribute illegal drugs has been uncovered and no drugs were recovered).
Under federal law, the amount of drugs intended for transportation, sale or distribution must be proven. If proven, an individual may be looking at a statutory mandatory minimum sentence. These minimums range from five to 10 years. The top end of these sentences can be up to 40 years or life in prison. Clearly, an efficient and experienced Nebraska conspiracy defense attorney is required.
Retain Effective Representation
At Monzón, Guerra & Chipman, our attorneys work diligently to build strong cases for our clients charged with conspiracy. Quite often in the investigation and discovery process, we can uncover valuable information that undermines the credibility of informants. Our approach has helped countless clients avoid lengthy jail sentences and gain a fresh start.
Schedule your consultation with a team of Lincoln criminal defense attorneys who are experienced, dedicated and passionate. Call us at or complete the online contact form.