When Is It Racketeering?
Racketeering is any two or more people working together to defraud people or otherwise break the law. Racketeering often involves a business that is engaging in illegal activities. Racketeering can be charged in either state or federal court. The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) is the state and federal act under which such charges can be brought.
One of the key powers that racketeering charges have is that it allows for the amalgamation of seemingly independent criminal acts. The prosecutor will work to show that each individual criminal act is actually part of a larger criminal enterprise. Prosecuting a case as racketeering rather than the individual crimes alone allows the prosecutor to pursue substantially greater penalties and fines than pursuing the criminal acts individually.
If the government charges you as part of a corrupt organization, you will be facing a much more complex case to defend than whatever individual criminal acts you may be accused of having committed. It is imperative that your interests are represented by an attorney who is capable of constructing an exceptional defense to these complex charges.
At The Holman Law Firm, our Florida and federal racketeering defense lawyer, John M. Kvartek, has the experience and skills necessary to level the playing field against prosecutors and the seemingly endless resources available to conduct investigations and pursue convictions. If you are facing racketeering charges, you need to take immediate action to ensure that your rights are protected during will be an exceptionally complex investigation and trial.
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If you are facing state or federal racketeering charges, you need to take the steps necessary to ensure that you are protected. Securing the representation of a criminal defense attorney who has extensive experience is a smart first step. When the quality of your defense truly matters, turn to the Florida/federal racketeering defense attorneys of The Holman Law Firm To schedule a free initial consultation, call 850-435-6909 or toll free at 800-500-5060 or simply contact us online.
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