Conspiracies arise from the concept of an agreement to pursue a course of criminal conduct. Common examples of conspiracies include agreements between co-defendants to steal property, supply drugs or murder. These offences are often very complex and often have numerous evidential considerations such as cell site evidence and data downloads.
Owing to the complexity these cases often require experts to ascertain the continuity of evidence and address whether the evidence has been properly handled.
We have handled a variety of high-profile conspiracies including (but not limited) conspiracies to murder, steal and supply drugs.