Federal Conspiracy Charges
Is Your Freedom At Risk?
Being charged with conspiracy can be overwhelming. While the charges may be relatively straightforward, how they can affect you and your freedom can be confusing. It is of crucial importance to work with a criminal defense lawyer who has a wealth of experience handling cases involving criminal conspiracies — particularly those that are charged in federal court.
In South Carolina, that means relying on the attorneys at the Price Law Firm in Greenville. Our legal team has more than 50 years of legal experience, including with many cases that have been heard in federal court. We have handled complicated charges involving wide-ranging conspiracies, and our record of success means that our clients can feel confident that they are making a solid choice by having us defend them and their freedom.
Representation Tailored To Individual Clients
Not only is every federal conspiracy case different; charges affecting people can vary depending on their alleged involvement. Someone who is pulled into an investigation and charged might not have a sizable connection to the core case, but they can still face tough punishment anyway.
We believe in communicating frequently with our clients so they know what to expect and what can best help their situation. We put our clients first, and as such, having them on board with our strategy is a key part of that.
Take The First Step In Your Defense — Call Us Today
For an unparalleled criminal defense experience from attorneys with integrity and your best interests at heart, call or email our legal team. We’ve been helping people in South Carolina for several decades with their federal criminal defense needs. Call us at 864-271-3535 to schedule a consultation or complete and submit our online contact form.
Whether you are facing criminal charges, or you or a family member has been seriously injured in an accident, the lawyer you choose can make a substantial difference in the outcome of your case.
South Carolina Supreme Court case of State v. Groome, 378 S.C. 615, 664 S.E. 2nd 460 (2008), in which Mr. Price tried, and won, the first police roadblock case decided by the South Carolina Supreme Court.
Price Law Firm, P.A.
644 East Washington Street
Greenville, SC 29601