Law Office of Michael Mirer, P.A. Rico

Florida RICO Violations Attorney

Racketeering Charges in Broward County

Although the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) was initially established to handle charges filed against the Mafia, it is now used more broadly for individuals or groups.  Racketeering laws have changed since the inception of the RICO act and can now affect many. If you or someone you know has been charged with this crime, it is imperative you retain the services of a highly experienced Broward County Criminal Defense attorney to safeguard your rights.

The RICO laws also allow for the seizure of property of the convicted party. The party harmed by the RICO violation may also sue the defendant for three times the damages they sustained.  Conviction of this type of a crime carries harsh penalties, with sentence of up to 20 years in prison and loss of any property or assets that were gained in the company that was involved in the RICO violations.  It is obvious that you and your company's future may be at risk if you are currently facing racketeering charges for a RICO violation.  It is essential to rapidly handle this situation if you wish to avoid a conviction.  Attorney Michael Mirer has an outstanding record of defending his clients in Broward County and Ft.  Lauderdale. It is in your best interests to contact us right away to discuss your options.

Aggressive Broward County RICO Violation Lawyer

As a highly experienced trial attorney and former prosecutor, Broward County criminal defense lawyer Michael Mirer can offer you the guidance and representation you need.  Your future and the future of your company may be at risk if you are currently facing racketeering charges for a RICO violation.  Your initial consultation with Attorney Mirer is at no cost to you, and this may be a valuable opportunity for you to get more information about your particular case and what you are up against.

You need the skills of an experienced Broward County RICO attorney to fight your racketeering charges. Contact Attorney Michael Mirer today.

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