Although conspiracy might seem minor, these can be very serious charges. A conviction can include prison time and hefty fines, so make sure you get the help of an experienced attorney you can trust to defend you aggressively. Attorney Frank Rubino has been defending clients against conspiracy and other criminal charges for more than 30 years. He can help you.

Call 866-718-3994 to schedule a consultation with criminal defense attorney Frank Rubino. Fight back now against conspiracy charges.

Choose an Attorney With Experience Fighting Conspiracy Charges

One of America's premier criminal defense lawyers, Frank Rubino devotes his law practice to representing clients facing the most serious federal criminal charges in high-stakes drug trafficking and white collar crime cases. He has more than three decades of experience and a track record of success.

From his home office in Miami, Florida, Mr. Rubino has represented businessmen, politicians, heads of government and others facing charges of conspiracy in state and federal courts throughout the U.S. He also represents non-U.S. citizens being extradited to face conspiracy charges in U.S. courts.

Mr. Rubino is selective in the clientele he represents. He accepts only those clients most in need of highly effective representation in complex criminal cases that could result in long prison terms.

Are You Facing Multiple Federal Charges?

"Conspiracy" — a charge that people worked together to commit a crime — is one way federal prosecutors can bring criminal charges against a person when they have little or no evidence they were directly involved in a crime. One person is charged and found guilty of a crime and then others who worked with him to any degree can be charged as well.

Conspiracy is frequently added to a longer list of white collar crime or drug crime charges, leading to longer sentencing if a person is found guilty. Conspiracy charges are frequently combined with charges of drug trafficking or distribution, money laundering or fraud, racketeering, or public corruption.

If you have been requested to appear before a grand jury, it's vitally important to get legal advice before you appear. It may or may not be in your best interest to cooperate. An experienced federal criminal defense lawyer can advise you. Even statements innocently made to a grand jury can be used against you in a conspiracy trial at a later date.

Contact Our Firm for Effective Defense

Defense attorney Frank Rubino has the experience and knowledge to represent you in federal court. To learn more about his practice, or to discuss your case, call 866-718-3994 or complete our intake form.