Can Racketeering Charges Be Dropped, and Under What Circumstances?



I recently represented an individual charged with racketeering, and they inquired about the possibility of the state dropping or abandoning the charges. I assured them it was possible but would require significant effort. Eventually, we succeeded in persuading the state to reduce the racketeering charge to a lesser offense—grand theft. The client was pleased with the outcome, avoiding prison but receiving an extended probation period.

Considering racketeering is a first-degree felony with a potential 30-year prison sentence, the client was satisfied. If you or someone you know is facing similar charges, please reach out to us.

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After several years as a prosecutor and General Counsel for the Broward County Police Benevolence Association (PBA), Michael White started his own practice focused on protecting individuals accused of crimes.

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