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Conspiracy is one of the most confusing and potentially unfair concepts in criminal law. It provides law enforcement and state and federal prosecutors with an enormous amount of power by giving them the ability to pursue charges against defendants who have not actually been caught executing a crime. Conspiracy became a favored method for the federal government to take down organized crime decades ago, and in more recent cases has been a key component of the federal governments' war on drugs. Federal prosecutors also use conspiracy to charge individuals for their involvement in complex financial crimes such as money laundering, embezzlement, and general fraud cases. But conspiracy cases are not limited to the federal system. In Oklahoma, conspiracy to commit a felony is a felony and punishable by imprisonment not exceeding ten (10) years and/or a fine of up to $5,000.
If you are charged with Conspiracy you should contact Charles E. Douglas online or at 405.329.2300 for a free consultation about your charge.