Louisville, Kentucky Conspiracy Law Lawyer
Conspiracy is an agreement by two or more persons to break the law. Most conspiracy charges are brought in federal court. Due to the international nature of drug trafficking and internet crime, nearly anyone accused of these crimes can be charged with conspiracy. If you or someone you care about faces a conspiracy charge, you need a lawyer who is familiar with federal law. Attorney William Butler has defended many clients against conspiracy charges, forcing prosecutors to meet their high burden of proof. To find out more about how he can assist you, contact the law office of William Butler for a consultation.
Conspiracy can involve anything from a poorly planned bank robbery to a sophisticated Mafia cartel. A person who acts as part of a conspiracy risks far greater penalties if caught than a person who acts alone. Trial Lawyer Butler handles cases that involve:
If you are convicted of conspiracy, even if you are only convicted of planning the crime, you may face the same penalty as the person who actually committed the crime. With Federal drug cases, prosecutors use conspiracy charges in two ways--to add the penalty for participating in a conspiracy, and to increase the penalty by increasing the quantity of drugs involved. Even if you only had a small amount on your person, through a conspiracy charge, you could be charged with possessing and trafficking greater amounts.
With so much at stake, you need a lawyer who knows the system. Contact the law office of William Butler to talk to a lawyer with substantial criminal trial experience. In practice since 1986, attorney William Butler knows how to handle serious criminal charges.
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Attorney William Butler represents clients throughout the Louisville, Kentucky, metro area including the cities of Lexington, Bowling Green, Paducah, Hopkinsville, Madisonville, Frankfort, Ashland, London, Richmond, Covington, Newport, Elizabethtown, Pikeville, Danville, Owensboro, and Georgetown.
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