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Have You Been Accused of Conspiracy?

You are at great risk of being convicted of a serious crime that you may not have had any involvement in. Many are spending time behind bars simply because the criminal lawyer failed to present arguments that won over the jury in the case. Don't take chances with your freedom. Your first and most important action must be to retain the best San Diego criminal attorney you can find.

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What to Look for in Your Criminal Defense Lawyer

Attorney Jim Dicks

Look for these specific qualities and credentials:

You will find all of these qualities when you work with jD LAW, P.C. Attorney James N. Dicks focuses strictly upon criminal law, and he has garnered a reputation as one of the top criminal attorneys in the San Diego area. He has achieved many notable victories in his years defending the criminally accused. He has served as a former police officer detective and has tried hundreds of criminal cases.

Reach out for seasoned counsel by scheduling an initial meeting.

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What Penalties Could I Be Facing If Convicted?

The state allows for a conspirator in a felony crime to face the same penalties as the perpetrator. When there have been several felonies committed and a single charge of conspiracy, state law mandates the penalty imposed must be for the most serious of the crimes. Crimes filed in various degrees allow for the accused to be charged with different degrees of the crime, except in the case of conspiracy to commit murder, in which case the defendant will be charged with first degree murder.

Punishment can include the following:

  • Years behind bars in state prison
  • Fines as high as $10,000
  • Up to $25,000 for conspiracy to commit identity theft

If it is believed you conspired in the criminal act, you will face charges equal to those filed against the perpetrator of the crime. The consequences of a conviction could be devastating.

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Proving the Crime of Conspiracy: The Standard

In order to prove a person is guilty of conspiracy, the prosecutor must establish beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed one or more overt acts that contributed to the commission of the felony crime. In cases in which it is alleged that the defendant is an active participant in any street gang and has willfully promoted, furthered, assisted or has benefited from any criminal conduct undertaken by that gang, the individual can be charged with conspiracy and subject to more severe punishments than other conspiracy crimes.

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Get Aggressive Defense by Calling jD LAW, P.C.

Are you searching for an aggressive defender that you can trust? You have come to the right place! It is advised that you connect with jD LAW, P.C. at (760) 630-2000 at once if you are facing charges or are under investigation in a conspiracy case. Our early involvement could be highly beneficial, and efforts can be made to get the charges dismissed as a first legal action, based upon the facts in the case.

Don't take chances with your freedom –call us today!

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