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Defence in Organised Crime Case.

Additionally, we help defendants build a strong defence and represent them in court so they can drop charges or have their sentence reduced.

Fines for organized crime can be imposed even if you do not directly commit crimes. The act of dealing or concealing proceeds of crime, or, in some circumstances, not reporting a friend’s criminal activity, can lead to organized crime charges.

In the event that you believe you may have been wrongly accused of organized crime or involved with illegal activity, your first step should be to contact an organized crime lawyer.

In an organized crime case, according to the act you are accused of, you may be accused of:

  • Planning, coordinating and managing criminal activities
  • Participating in activities, such as the provision of materials, services, infrastructure and information, that contribute to the crime and capacity of an organized crime group
  • Conspiracy
  • Money laundering
  • Dealing with the proceeds of crime
  • Concealing or concealing the proceeds of crime
  • Destruction of evidence
  • Assisting the perpetrator
  • Waste of police time

Crimes committed by organized crime are punished differently depending on their severity. Nevertheless, criminal activities related to organized crime often involve elements of planning or premeditation, which can be aggravating. Whenever you become aware of any investigation into your activities, you should contact the lawyers involved in the defence of organized crime.

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