Stroud Township, Monroe County Criminal Conspiracy

Posted By Patrick M. Rogan || 1-Jul-2009

Police are looking for a second suspect in a Stroud Township, Monroe County, criminal conspiracy.

This past Sunday, the Pocono Record reported that police had arrested one Stroud Township man for allegedly trying to rob a woman and then, shortly after, robbing another. The man, who was placed in Monroe County Correctional Facility, was charged with robbery, theft, reckless endangerment, criminal attempt and criminal conspiracy - police seek information about a second suspect in both cases.

You might remember from earlier blogs that a person may be convicted of criminal conspiracy even if only one overt act is carried out by a single member of the conspiracy, as long as prosecutors can demonstrate an agreement, in words or actions, to commit an offense, willing participation by the defendant and an overt act in furtherance of the conspiracy.

If you are suspected of criminal conspiracy or charged with criminal conspiracy in Monroe County or anywhere throughout northeast PA or the Pocono Mountain region, then you will need an experienced Monroe County criminal defense attorney to handle your case effectively.

Don't wait another minute if you face criminal conspiracy charges in Monroe County. Contact Rogan Law today to talk with a criminal defense lawyer who knows how to defend against conspiracy charges.