Racketeering as a Federal Crime
Answers from a Proven Knoxville Federal Crimes Attorney
Racketeering has extensive definitions authored by the federal government,
but if you've been charged in a federal racketeering case, it means
that you've been accused of continual engagement in an unlawful act
that has yielded financial gain. Racketeering has become synonymous with
criminal syndicate cases and Congress' Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt
Organizations Law (RICO) has been used to prosecute many of these organized
RICO cases are often extensive, complex, and carry serious penalties. It's
easy for critical details to be swept up in what is usually a deluge of
evidence, charges, and procedures—that's why it is absolutely
crucial for those charged with these crimes to seek experienced, competent
counsel. Again and again, our experienced
Knoxville federal crimes attorneys at the Law Office of Joseph A. Fanduzz have provided just that. Call us
today for a free consultation.
Racketeering Crimes and Penalties
No less than 35 different kinds of crimes are defined under federal racketeering
definitions. While they range from the violent to nonviolent, all of them
must be associated with an enterprise designed for illegal financial gain
to be relevant in racketeering case.
Crimes that can be included in federal racketeering cases:
- Narcotics dealing
- Mail and wire fraud
Again, these are just few of the many crimes that, under RICO law, are
suspect to association with illegal enterprises. Because each federal
racketeering varies so greatly in scope and circumstance, they can result
in a range of sentences. Federal statutes call for
up to 20 years in prison, and severe fines, if convictions are reached.
The Law Office of Joseph A. Fanduzz is Ready
While RICO cases can be complex, they can also be reduced to lesser charges,
or won all together. Our experienced Knoxville federal crimes attorneys
at the Law Office of Joseph A. Fanduzz have a track record or walking
away from federal court with probation and acquittals for our clients—and
we're ready to pursue the same for you and your racketeering case today.
Call our firm for a free consultation on your racketeering case now.