Defending Against Kansas Drug Conspiracy Charges: Expert Legal Representation from SRC Law Group
Conspiracy charges are unique in that a crime doesn’t have to be fully committed for charges to be pursued. In conspiracy cases, the crime is merely the agreement to commit the offense between two or more people.
Drug Conspiracy is defined as two or more people agreeing to commit or assist in a crime and actively planning to do so.
Federal drug conspiracy is an agreement between two or more individuals to violate federal drug laws. There are only two criteria for a federal drug conspiracy charge:
there was an agreement between two or more people to violate federal drug laws;
and the alleged conspirators knew of the unlawful agreement and joined in it.
Put Our Drug Crimes Experience To Work For You
If you have recently been contacted by the DEA or arrested for drug conspiracy charges, you need our team of experienced criminal defense attorneys on your side who can help you understand the charges and the possible consequences. The criminal defense attorneys at SRC Law Group are dedicated to protecting your rights and helping you navigate the criminal justice system.
Our team is made up of skilled criminal defense attorneys with diverse backgrounds and experiences, including former prosecutors, extensive knowledge of criminal law, forensic evidence, and trial experience.
Adam Chingren, Kansas City Criminal Defense Attorney
If you have been charged with drug conspiracy crimes in Kansas City, you need an attorney with extensive trial experience and knowledge of all aspects of criminal cases. Adam Chingren, a successful trial attorney with SRC Law Group, has worked on over 500 felony cases, including those related to drug conspiracy charges.
Drug conspiracy charges are serious and can result in severe consequences, including heavy fines and long prison sentences. Adam has represented clients in a variety of criminal cases, including drug-related offenses, and has the experience and knowledge to help you understand your options and build a strong defense.
Adam has extensive trial experience and has argued cases in District court and before the Kansas Court of Appeals. He understands the criminal justice system and is committed to helping his clients navigate through the process, ensuring that their rights are protected and their case is given the attention it deserves.
If you are facing drug conspiracy charges, Adam Chingren and the team at SRC Law Group will provide you with the legal guidance and representation you need to achieve the best possible outcome for your case. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discuss your legal options.
Phil Stein, Kansas City Criminal Defense Attorney
If you are facing drug conspiracy charges in Kansas City, you need an experienced attorney with a successful track record in handling serious and complex criminal matters. Phil Stein, a criminal defense attorney with SRC Law Group, has spent his entire career handling a wide range of criminal matters, from low-level misdemeanors to high-level felonies, including drug conspiracy charges.
As a former prosecutor, Phil has unique insight into how the criminal justice system operates, and he knows what it takes to build a strong defense against drug conspiracy charges. He has extensive trial experience and has tried cases ranging from DUIs to homicides, which has given him the necessary skills and knowledge to handle complex criminal cases.
Drug conspiracy charges can have serious consequences, including heavy fines and long prison sentences. Phil has the expertise to analyze the details of your case, identify any weaknesses in the prosecution's case, and help you obtain the best possible outcome for your case.
Phil is committed to his clients and works tirelessly to protect their rights and freedom. He maintains a positive professional relationship with law enforcement and prosecutors, which helps ensure that his clients receive the best representation possible.
If you are facing drug conspiracy charges in Kansas City, Phil Stein and the team at SRC Law Group are ready to help you. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discuss your legal options.
Ashley E. Repp, Kansas City Criminal Defense Attorney
If you have been charged with drug conspiracy crimes in Kansas City, you need an attorney with experience and knowledge in criminal law. Ashley E. Repp, a criminal defense attorney with SRC Law Group, has years of experience working as both a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney, with a focus on DWI/DUI, sex-related offenses, and crimes against children.
Drug conspiracy charges are serious and can result in severe consequences, including heavy fines and long prison sentences. Ashley understands the gravity of these charges and is driven to fight for her clients, providing them with a dedicated and effective defense strategy.
As a former prosecutor, Ashley has the necessary knowledge and experience to build a strong defense for her clients. She has a wealth of experience in handling sex-related offenses and crimes against children, which can often be complex cases. She prides herself on client contact and organization, which allows her to provide each client with personalized attention and a detailed analysis of their case.
Drug conspiracy cases can involve complex legal issues, and it's essential to have an experienced attorney on your side who can guide you through the process. Ashley is committed to protecting the rights of her clients and will work tirelessly to ensure that their best interests are represented.
If you're facing drug conspiracy charges, Ashley E. Repp and the team at SRC Law Group can provide you with the legal guidance and representation you need to achieve the best possible outcome for your case. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discuss your legal options.
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Penalties for Drug Conspiracy Charges
You may be wondering, if you can be charged with conspiracy without ever transferring the drugs, are the potential penalties not very severe?
This is not the case. In fact, the penalties are just as severe. In other words, conspiring to traffic drugs can result in the same criminal penalties as having actually done so. Additionally, most drug conspiracy cases are charged at the federal level.
If convicted on drug conspiracy charges, the defendant faces a minimum of five, up to 40 years in prison. This will likely come with fines, probation, and other penalties.
Injury or Death
If the defendant involved has a prior criminal record related to drug offenses or a violent crime, they will receive enhanced penalties.
Typically, the enhanced penalty means the defendant will be sentenced to additional prison time.
Defenses for Drug Conspiracy Charges
Illegally Obtained Evidence
There Was No Agreement
You Did Not Knowingly Join
You Did Not Willingly Join
You can argue that you were threatened or pressured into agreeing to commit the crime.
You withdrew from the plan: if you attempted to, or did withdraw, from the agreement to commit the drug crime, this could be a strong defense showing you no longer had intent.