Organized Crime Defense
If so, you need the help of a criminal attorney to determine your best defense strategy. In the business world, it is not uncommon for an innocent individual to be involved in a crime with no premeditated intent of participating in unlawful activities. Since most organized crime groups today don't fit the stereotypes associated with a street gang or mob family, it is easy to become entangled while being totally unaware of the group's vertical structure and control. But, don't be fooled into forfeiting your rights.
At the Law Offices of Thomas L. Edwards, P.A. , our lawyers understand the legal strategies needed for the defense of criminal charges involving:
- Fraudulent Schemes
- Money Laundering
- Loan Shark Operations
- Trafficking of Stolen Goods
- Hijacking of Cargo
- Securities "Pump & Dump"
- Smuggling & Prostitution
- Racketeering (Civil RICO)
Legal Defense Strategies | Cooperating with Investigators
Generally speaking, organized crime groups aim to create a genuine front for reinvesting illegally gained income into legitimate businesses and their hierarchical structure protects those in power from being easily identified by law enforcement. For the most part, they exist in violation of multiple state statutes and federal racketeering laws. Don't be fooled into forfeiting your rights. It is all too easy for one's own defense to be damaged while attempting to cooperate with investigators without legal representation present. If your future is on the line, call us at 352.377.7800 or use our 24/7 Contact Us form to learn more about our aggressive defense strategies.
DISCLAIMER: This website does not seek to nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship. The content is provided "as is" and should not be construed as legal advice on any matter of criminal defense. Seek the services of a qualified attorney immediately upon learning about an investigation of or possible arrest for any criminal charges.