For instance, suppose your spouse or someone you spend a lot of time with has been caught with a large quantity of an illegal drug. As a result, they are not only charged with distribution, trafficking or something along those lines — you get “noticed” during the investigation and get charged with conspiracy to do the same thing. You can even be charged with conspiracy to commit a crime even though the crime was never actually committed.
Regardless, because conspiracy to commit a drug crime generally carries the same penalty as the actual drug crime itself — the prosecutor now has a lot of leverage, leverage they can use to get you to tell them whatever you know.
If you or someone you love is facing a drug conspiracy charge — call or contact the Law Office of Sean C. Chapman in Tucson, Arizona, for a free initial consultation.
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Here, you'll be personally represented by Sean C. Chapman — a former Assistant U.S. Attorney with more than 20 years of criminal trial experience in the Arizona courts. In handling your drug conspiracy case, Mr. Chapman will thoroughly and carefully review the evidence, conduct extensive background checks of “informants” used in the course of any investigation and identify weaknesses in the government's case.