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Conspiracy Lawyer in Long Beach, CA

Conspiracy law is a little harder to pinpoint. According to common law definitions, this crime is committed when two people enter into an agreement to commit some form of crime together. This means that anyone who plots to rob a bank with their friend or undermine an employer is committing a crime of conspiracy. Do you feel like someone has plotted against you with the help of others? You might have a case that falls under conspiracy law.

Of course, this type of law is hard to prove, especially since most criminals don’t put this sort of agreement to paper. You need certain levels of proof, but what proof will stand up in court? Do you know? What if one type of evidence will hold up in one town, but won’t hold up in another? Since this law tends to be confusing and rather difficult to pin down, you will need an expert in the field to help you on your way.

Even if you suspect someone is conspiring against you, call us. We will not only walk you through what you think is happening, we will help you with evidence gathering. We will look at the town where the crime might be happening and we will instruct you on what evidence will hold up in court. We will gather evidence with you to prove that the conspirators worked together to bring you legal harm. After we have gathered what we need, we will go to court with you and represent you in the process of bringing justice to your case. Don’t do this alone, as you might find yourself in trouble as well. Call us and let us stand by your side so you not only get what you deserve but you also keep your own nose clean.

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At Frisco Law Offices, Mr. Frisco understands how deeply impacted your life can be when accused of a crime. He knows the difficulties you face in terms of taking the right steps and making the best decisions. He represents individuals every day facing this situation, some of whom have been told they are in unwinnable positions. Mr. Frisco has been taking on even the toughest cases since 1993, including special circumstance life without parole murder trials. That experience includes thousands of clients and more than 150 jury trials. That is the kind of practical work within the criminal justice system that can make a significant difference in results.