Oneonta RICO Lawyers
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Wise Laws has Oneonta defense attorneys on staff possessing a superior understanding of the complicated laws and issues applying to Oneonta Racketeer Influenced and Oneonta Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) litigation. We defend persons facing Oneonta racketeering charges in Oneonta.
Several of our Oneonta attorneys have worked previously as Oneonta prosecutors in various cities across Oneonta and have strategic insights of RICO trials, including the process of investigations, and how to defend those charged with racketeering.
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Oneonta RICO Penalties
The maximum penalties for a person charged as a Oneonta racketeer are stiff and may include up to 20 years time in Oneonta prison and enormous fines. In addition to this, forfeiture of the business, personal holdings and any monies accumulated from the criminal activity are usually to be expected in settlement. These cases do not end in criminal court, since they are often re-tried in civil courts where plaintiffs are permitted to bring actions resulting in triple damage awards.
Government investigators are highly trained at uncovering racketeering schemes and will manipulate juries to believe that greed is the only factor - thus negating any sympathetic feeling from the jury. Once a Oneonta racketeering scheme is uncovered, inexperienced trial defense attorneys often miss critical sections in the law that might be applicable in specific situations. Wise Laws has a team of Oneonta attorneys experienced on all aspects of the Oneonta laws applicable to racketeering.
Wise Laws has a successful history of winning in RICO Oneonta defense cases and represents people facing Oneonta racketeering and other serious charges. The Oneonta attorneys at Wise Laws know the applicable laws and legislation, understand issues relating to judges, Oneonta prosecutors, Oneonta district attorneys and the technology used against in the defense of racketeering or Oneonta organized crime related charges.