RICO Racketeering

If you have been charged with racketeering, you need a lawyer who has an in-depth understanding of all the issues involved.

If one of the elements of an alleged crime includes a conspiracy of two or more people, the government may add conspiracy or RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) charges to other criminal charges.

Rabin & Lopez has handled many RICO and conspiracy cases. It is that kind of experience that you need on your side when facing allegations of racketeering. When the prosecutor isn’t sure other charges can be effectively proven, the government may rely on charges of conspiracy or racketeering. Or the government may use racketeering as a way to increase the consequences the defendant faces.

Does the government suspect you are involved in a money laundering conspiracy? They may add racketeering charges to the money laundering charges.

A public corruption charge may be expanded to include a conspiracy charge against, for example, a commissioner suspected of taking a bribe and the developer who offered the bribe.

Have you been accused of being part of a drug trafficking conspiracy? Our law firm has experience with aggressively defending clients in state and federal courts.

If a group of people are suspected of conspiring to defraud an insurance company or defraud Medicare or Medicaid, all members of the group may face RICO racketeering charges.

No matter what the charges, no matter how complex the case, we have the background and the legal knowledge to provide the aggressive, effective legal representation you need.