My fiance, a 55 year old, very good and honest man, has been charged with conspiracy to sell drugs because the chemical company he worked for sold certain items that can sometimes be used for dilution of drugs, apparently. (Quinine, inositol, mannitol) He was unaware of that, but apparently one of his customers was taking advantage of that option and it ended up that his company became mired in a larger case involving people who perhaps really were selling some of these items for that purpose. In any case, my fiance is innocent and is going to trial in April. Some of the fellows whose case was tied to his indirectly have already been found guilty, without more than circumstantial proof of intention to sell drugs. Now his lawyer is recommending a plea bargain. Why should an innocent man go for a plea bargain? He has no one to rat on, because everyone he worked with is equally innocent. We are interested in getting another opinion from a good criminal lawywr who really knows the drug prosecution business and can give suggestions as to how to avoid spending 10 years in jail for being innocent. How does one get justice in a case like this? Thanks to all.