If you have been accused of agreeing to commit a future crime with another person or number of people, you need to contact our Conspiracy Defence Solicitors today. At Watson Woodhouse we have an entire team dedicated to this area of law who are skilled, knowledgeable and able to represent you in court.
Conspiracy offences include, but are not limited to the following:
When accused of conspiring to commit an offence, the act need not have taken place. Conspiracy is a serious offence requiring legal representation in court.
The job of your solicitor is to ensure you have the best defence possible based upon the circumstances. To do this we need direct access and evidence from mobile phones and computers. In addition we often need to analyse bank accounts alongside various technical sources of evidence submitted by the police. Once armed with this information we’re able to build the most advantageous case possible.
Conspiracy cases are highly technical in terms of the law. At Watson Woodhouse our solicitors have extensive knowledge and experience in defending those finding themselves in this position.
Why use a solicitor?
- Without court representation both you and your case are vulnerable
- A solicitor has the expertise to build the best possible defence
- If without you’ll be the only one in court without legal support
- Conspiracy cases are complex and without an expert you could be putting your case in jeopardy
Why Watson Woodhouse?
- Our criminal defence solicitors are experts in defending allegations of conspiracy
- We have extensive knowledge on the specialist law governing conspiracy offences
- Your best interests are our main priority
- We’ll keep you fully informed with realistic expectations every step of the way
We are here to help
Contact us as soon as possible if you are under investigation or you have been charged of conspiracy to ensure you receive the best legal advice as early in the proceedings as possible.