DO YOU FACE CONSPIRACY CHARGES IN WASHINGTON?
Washington Conspiracy Attorney Michael Harbeson Can Help!
Any agreement between two parties to commit a crime at a future time is considered conspiracy. If you were arrested for conspiracy, it is important that you understand that you could face some serious potential penalties if convicted. Conspiring to commit a crime is sometimes considered an organized crime, which carries lengthy prison sentences.
When can you be charged with Conspiracy or RICO ?
Conspiracy and racketeering can sometimes be charged in conjunction and are both illegal in the United States. In October of 1970, the United States passed a law known as the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act 18 U.S.C. §§1961-1968 that allows law enforcement to arrest and charge individuals with racketeering if they commit any 2 of 35 crimes over a 10-year period. Some crimes that can be a sign of RICO and result in serious criminal charges include:
- Money laundering
Regardless of the degree charged the goal remains the same. We will help you avoid conviction for the criminal charge, but perhaps more importantly, keep you out of jail.
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