The Right Defense Against Drug Conspiracy Charges
Being accused of taking part in a conspiracy related to illegal drugs can be grounds for a drug conspiracy charge, which can bring on harsh penalties at the federal level. You do not need to be suspected of involvement in the conspiracy for its entire existence or to have possessed any drugs yourself to be charged.
You need a dedicated Lincoln drug offenses attorney from Monzón, Guerra & Chipman to fight on your behalf when you are accused of a drug conspiracy. Our firm boasts more than 40 years of combined legal experience, meaning we know what it takes to contest serious drug crimes or other criminal charges successfully. Look for our firm to investigate your allegations thoroughly to prepare the best defense possible to preserve your freedom.
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If authorities believe through “confidential informants” and “cooperating witnesses” that you had some part in or association with a drug conspiracy, they can obtain search warrants for your home or vehicle.
You can be charged with drug conspiracy in conjunction with:
- Drug possession
- Drug sales
- Drug trafficking
- Wire fraud
- Drug manufacturing or cultivation
- Money laundering
- Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) charges
The prosecution is left with the burden of proving you are guilty of having some part in a drug conspiracy. Our Lincoln criminal defense lawyers can work to make it difficult for prosecutors to demonstrate that you knew about any conspiracy and to show that you did not intentionally take part in one.
You Deserve A Strong Legal Defense
Our firm works to find holes in the prosecution’s case and exploit them, potentially saving you from a conviction for a federal offense, which can include crippling fines and prolonged prison sentences. You have certain rights no matter what accusations you are facing, so let our firm be your advocate and protect your future. To set up your consultation, call our Lincoln criminal defense lawyers right away at or contact us by email.