The federal Racketeering statute is a favorite tool of prosecutors, because it can be used to prosecute diverse cases ranging from corrupt business organizations to violent drug gangs. The primary requirement is that the government prove an entity with an organized structure, in addition to proving a series of criminal offenses committed by people within that structure.
Rosenberg Martin Greenberg has significant experience with several types of RICO cases and investigations, and can use the firm’s prosecutorial experience to recognize potential weaknesses in the government’s case and use those weaknesses to the benefit of clients.
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