Stuart Miller Solicitors

The Crown Prosecution Service often use Conspiracy to Defraud charges for the most serious Fraud Allegations involving a large number of people allegedly working together to dishonestly make money. If the offences alleged are of different types, cross more than one jurisdiction or there are different types of victims, rather than use the Fraud Act 2006, the prosecution are more likely to prosecute the case as a Conspiracy to Defraud.

Most clients who seek the advice of our expert Fraud Solicitors fail to understand that it is the prosecution who 'must prove the case' to convict you. It is for the prosecution to prove, so that the Jury are no less than absolutely sure, beyond any reasonable doubt in their mind, that you were in an Agreement with the others (Conspiracy) and that you were intentionally dishonest in making or trying to make money or causing someone loss.

How can we help you ?

Whilst this is a high threshold for the prosecution to convict you, it is absolutely imperative that you are also defended by Fraud Solicitors who really do specialise in defending these prosecutions, who have a proven track record of success (see our Fraud Cases) and Fraud Solicitors who will go over and beyond the call of duty to try and win your case. 

Especially when the stakes are so high, where there is the very real possibility of a lengthy term of imprisonment, where Confiscation Proceedings are more than certainly to follow the main case and where there is an unimaginable impact of your family members; you must be sure your Fraud Solicitors are creative problem solvers, are experienced and knowledgeable, are right by your side throughout the case and most of all, are absolutely committed to win. 

Our Fraud Lawyers are experts at unravelling complex and substantial volumes of evidence often associated with Conspiracy to Defraud prosecutions. We have a solid and definite history in successfully defending Fraud Allegations and we stop at nothing to find useful defence evidence to strengthen your defence. Whilst we usually adopt a worst-case scenario position, you can be sure that shortcuts have not been taken and we will go as far as possible to evaluate the likely defence strategies of others bring prosecuted in the same case. One of the biggest fears of an experience Fraud Solicitor defending these allegations is the uncertainty of what other accused in the case will say, whether they will blame you and whether they will produce evidence in their own defence which will adversely affect your case. Our Fraud Solicitors have defended Conspiracy to Defraud cases for decades and always start very early on to build the profile and the likely strategy of others accused from the beginning. 

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We offer a dedicated Solicitor, Barrister and Caseworker to each Conspiracy to Defraud case, which will ensure an outstanding level of customer service throughout. You can be sure that someone will always be available to assist you and there is more than one legal mind being applied to the issues in your case.

In addition, we use only the best mobile phone experts and only the most competent financial experts to study, analyse and evaluate the evidence to provide useful defence evidence or discredit the prosecution's evidence.

Want a free meeting with a Conspiracy to Defraud expert ?

Early action in any case is pivotal to increasing the chances of success. In such complex and intimidating investigations or prosecutions, you will require skilful advice at every juncture. We will offer you a free consultation for you to discuss your case with us. We can act for you at the police station for free and thereafter, we can help assess your financial eligibility for legal aid. We believe, no matter what your financial position, if you are prosecuted by the State, you must also be defended with funds by the State. Please contact our Fraud Solicitors to arrange your meeting, whether face to face, online or by telephone. If you prefer, you can also send us a WhatsApp message using the link in the bottom banner if you are viewing this page on a mobile phone device.