It's impossible for anyone but your own attorney to even begin to answer this question.
That said, a charge of conspiracy to commit certain drug offenses does not require that you actually possess the controlled substances in question.
Your attorney may have to deal with a conspiracy charge here, so there are a couple of defenses, but we would have to know all of the facts surrounding the arrest and indictment.
You definitely need a criminal defense for serious charges like this. There may well be evidence that the prosecution has that you don't know about yet.
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That is too little information. Consult with a criminal defense lawyer.
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This sounds like a conspiracy case, my office is working in several of these cases in Federal court in manhattan... I would suggest speaking to your attorney to discuss defenses or contacting an attorney from this service directly to discuss if you're interested in hiring someone to assist you.
Multiple approaches are available. Criminal defense is a skilled art form. The particular best approach in this matter are All better left to privileged conversation with your experienced federal defense lawyer.
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That depends on whether it is a federal or state crime and what hte other evidence is. There may be witnesses, texts, phone calls, surveillance, etc. You should retain a good criminal lawyer and let him advise you based on what evidence the prosecution has and whether you could win a trial or should take a plea.