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Dealing with conspiracy charges in Minnesota

From embezzlement to internet crimes and driving under the influence of alcohol, Minnesotans face a wide variety of criminal charges. However, if you live in Minneapolis, or elsewhere in the state, it is important to understand the serious nature of conspiracy charges. At Joseph S. Friedberg Chartered, we know that people who are accused of conspiring to commit a crime may face severe penalties that upend their life, including steep fines and time behind bars.

According to the Office of the Revisor of Statutes, you can spend up to 90 days in prison for conspiring to commit a misdemeanor. However, prison sentences for conspiracy involving treason or first-degree murder may result in a 20-year prison sentence. Moreover, you may be charged with a misdemeanor if you conspire with someone else to have an individual apprehended over false allegations.

Whether you are facing relatively minor conspiracy charges or have found yourself in the middle of a drug conspiracy that is being prosecuted at the federal level, taking the correct approach is essential. If you want to secure a better outcome or the charges you are facing are completely baseless and you want your side of the story heard in the courtroom, careful preparation is very important.

From a lengthy federal prison sentence to the loss of your job, it may take many years for your life to ever return to normal if you have found yourself in this situation. If you visit the section of our website devoted to drug crimes, you will find more information related to conspiracy charges.

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