Miami RICO Lawyer
What are racketeering charges?
The term RICO Act stands for the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act that was established in 1970 to prohibit companies involved in criminal activity from making financial gains through lawful business enterprises. If you have committed two or more particular criminal acts within a 10 year period, you may be at risk for racketeering charges under the federal RICO act. RICO charges are no small matter, and it is important to have the help of a Miami criminal defense attorney who can fight your charges with the law.
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You may face racketeering charges if you are the leader of a syndicate who has ordered or assisted others in the committing of a crime. Federal prosecutors in Florida will try to link criminal charges to organized crime in order to increase the penalties and intensity of the crime. If you have engaged in money laundering, counterfeiting, bribery, insurance fraud,
prostitution rings or another illegal activity and have been charged with racketeering, our firm can help.
A large number of RICO charges can be committed by individuals who are in a well-respected position in business, and that is why business leaders and CEO's are more likely to be charged with RICO violations. At Parks & Braxton, PA, we understand the serious nature of these charges and we fight aggressively to help you reduce or dismiss your charges. With our help, you may be able to avoid penalties such as 20 years in prison or forfeiture of assets gained through the company involved in RICO violations. We offer you a free and confidential consultation to get started with your defense case, so call today.
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