Conspiracy to Defraud Introduction

MBS Solicitors are able to provide advice and support if you have been accused of conspiracy to defraud.

A conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to commit an unlawful act, or to commit a lawful act by unlawful means; the former applies to conspiracy to defraud.  The offence does not depend on the conspirators committing the act; rather it depends upon them agreeing to carry it out. It is enough for the conspirators to know that their actions will result in the defrauding of the intended victim.

A conspiracy to defraud conviction has the potential to result in a custodial sentence not exceeding ten years, a fine, or both.  If you have been accused of conspiracy to defraud, we have the expertise to prepare your defence.

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