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Attempts & Conspiracies

 

 

 

 

 

 

An individual is guilty of attempt (Alabama Criminal Code 13A-4-2) to commit a crime if one does any covert act towards the commission of a specific offense, with the intent to commit this offense.

An attempt is classified as a: 

  • Class A felony when the attempted offense is murder
  • Class B felony when the attempted offense is a class A felony
  • Class C felony if the attempted offense is a class B felony
  • Class A misdemeanor if the attempted offense is a class C felony
  • Class B misdemeanor if the attempted offense is a class A misdemeanor 
  • Class C misdemeanor when the attempted offense is a class B misdemeanor
  • Violation if the attempted offense is a class C misdemeanor 

 

Criminal Conspiracies (Alabama Criminal Code 13A-4-3):

Criminal conspiracy is committed when a person, with the intent that conduct constituting an offense be performed, one agrees with one or more persons to engage in or cause such conduct. Conspiracy is also committed when a person knows or should know that with one whom he agrees has in turn agreed with another to effect the same criminal objective. One will be deemed to have agreed with such person, whether or not he knows the other's identity. 

Conspiracy is classified as a:

  • Class A felony when the objective of the conspiracy is murder
  • Class B felony when the objective of the conspiracy is a class A felony 
  • Class C felony when the objective of the conspiracy is a class B felony 
  • Class A misdemeanor if the objective of the conspiracy is a class C felony 
  • Class B misdemeanor if the objective of the conspiracy is a class A misdemeanor 
  • Class C misdemeanor if the objective of the conspiracy is a class B misdemeanor 
  • Violation when the objective of the conspiracy is a class C misdemeanor

If you have been arrested for attempt or conspiracy, call (251) 301-0362 immediately to speak with an experienced Mobile defense attorney. Your freedom may depend on it.

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