Conspiracy Library

Conspiracy is defined as two or more people conspiring to commit a crime together, where one person completes an “overt act”. That means that if you didn’t actually commit the crime, but had conspired to commit it with another person, you could still be found guilty of conspiracy charges.

In California, conspiracy is considered a criminal offense and is punishable by law. It falls under Penal Code Section 182 and is charged as a separate offense to another crime, such as murder or burglary.

Los Angeles Conspiracy Lawyers | What to Expect

What to Expect if You Have Been Accused of Conspiracy in Los Angeles Conspiracy. This word might make you think of historical legend or Hollywood movies. It certainly doesn’t conjure up thoughts of you being fined, put in jail, and further punished. Yet, in Los Angeles County, conspiracy charges can land you behind bars. Conspiracy...

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Robert Ernenwein, an expert and experienced Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer, has over 30 years of experience defending persons accused of Conspiracy. Mr. Ernenwein is a former Los Angeles Deputy District Attorneys and is Certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. He has been named as a “Super Lawyer” by Los Angeles Magazine and has appeared as a legal analyst on multiple cable news programs, including Fox News.

The experience and capabilities Robert Ernenwein will bring to your Conspiracy Defense are unmatched.