Incohate Crimes Attorney
Atlanta Criminal Attempt, Conspiracy and Solicitation Attorney

In Georgia, inchoate crimes are broken down into three categories which include attempt, conspiracy and solicitation.

Attempt

Criminal attempt is committed if a person with specific intent to commit an offense, does an act amounting to more than mere preparation that tends but fails to effect the commission of the offense intended.
This  means that a person can commit the crime of attempt on almost every crime i.e. attempted murder. The penalty for criminal attempt depends on the type of crime a person attempted to commit.

Conspiracy
              
A person commits criminal conspiracy if, with intent that a felony be committed: he agrees with one or more persons that they or one or more of them engage in conduct that would constitute the offense;  and  he or one or more of them performs an overt act in pursuance of the agreement.
Unfortunately, a person can be charged with both conspiracy to commit a crime and the particular crime itself. If you have been charged with conspiracy, call Law Offices of Gilbert Sperling, III to discuss the possible defenses you may have to this charge.

Solicitation


Under Georgia law, A person commits an offense if, with intent that a capital felony or felony of the first degree be committed, he requests, commands, or attempts to induce another to engage in specific conduct that, under the circumstances surrounding his conduct as the actor believes them to be, would constitute the felony or make the other a party to its commission.

If you or a loved one is facing an inchoate charge, you should consult an attorney that will zealously fight for your rights. Gilbert Sperling, III is someone you can trust, and is someone who has proven to be effective. For a free consultation, he can be reached at 404-418-7816.


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