A conspiracy can be defined as an agreement between two or more parties to commit a crime, regardless of the nature of the planned crime. In most cases, the charges rely on circumstantial evidence and inferences which can be refuted or dismissed.

Our experienced solicitors can unpick the evidence and challenge the logic that the prosecution is relying upon to prove a client’s guilt. We will consult with all the relevant experts to properly address the prosecution’s evidence and reasoning.

We promise to give you the best representation possible whilst keeping you (and your immediate family) informed at every step of the legal process. By focusing on transparency and contact with our clients, we can offer a consistently effective service to all our customers.

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