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Drug Conspiracy

Conspiracy is defined as an agreement made by two or more people to commit a criminal offense. When individuals make an agreement to sale, transport, manufacture, deliver, or otherwise engage in the sell or trafficking of narcotics, he or she can be charge with drug conspiracy. If you have been charged with this offense, it is important to contact a Columbus drug crimes defense attorney immediately.

Columbus Drug Conspiracy Attorney

If you have been charged with drug conspiracy in the Columbus, Ohio area, contact the Joslyn Law Firm to discuss the facts of your case. Brian Joslyn of the Joslyn Law Firm will make every effort to fight the allegations against you and help you avoid serious punishments. Call the Joslyn Law Firm at (614) 444-1900 for a free consultation today about your alleged drug conspiracy offense in Franklin County and the surrounding areas of Ohio.


Information on Drug Conspiracy in Ohio


What is Considered Drug Conspiracy?

This offense that encompasses a wide variety of drug related crimes. It is important to note that individuals do not actually have to completely carry out the actions that they have agreed upon in order to be charged with a crime.

Even if an individual is not actively involved in the sell or transportation of drugs, he can face criminal charges. For example, if a person allows an individual to borrow his or her vehicle for the purpose of transporting drugs, both parties can face charges for conspiring to commit a drug related offense.


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Defense Options for Allegations of Drug Conspiracy

In order for an individual to be convicted of drug conspiracy, the prosecution has to prove that there was an agreement between two or more people to violate drug laws, and that the alleged offender was part of the agreement. Charges for drug conspiracy can be difficult to prove, and there are defense options available to you if you are facing these types of charges. Some of these include:

  • The alleged offender was completely unaware of the plan
  • The alleged offender withdrew from the plan
  • The alleged offender had no real intent to carry out the plan
  • The evidence used to link the alleged offender to the conspiracy was obtained illegally

If you are facing drug conspiracy charges, one of the defenses mentioned above may be right for you. It is important to consult with a defense attorney who has the necessary experience to provide you with the defense strategy best suited for your particular situation.


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Fighting Drug Conspiracy Allegations in Franklin County

If you have been charged with a drug conspiracy in Columbus, Ohio, contact Brian Joslyn of the Joslyn Law Firm to discuss the facts of your particular case.  Brian Joslyn is an experienced Columbus drug lawyer who will make every effort to help you find the best possible outcome to your situation.

Call the Joslyn Law Firm at (614) 444-1900 for a free consultation about your  drug conspiracy charges in Franklin County and the surrounding counties, including Pickaway County, Madison County, Delaware County, Licking County and Fairfield County in Ohio.

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