The Blanch Law Firm is the premier New York criminal defense firm for those facing enterprise corruption charges. Our background working in New York District Attorneys’ Offices sets us apart from our competition and gives us a unique perspective into prosecution tactics. Our successful track record in defending enterprise corruption charges involves assigning multiple members of our criminal defense attorney team to each case, assuring every client a positive result.
Successful Criminal Defense Attorney Team
Our results oriented approach leads to successful results for our clients. For example:
- Our client was charged with enterprise corruption and alleged to be the mastermind of a fraud worth over $5 million. Our Client faced severe criminal penalties with mandatory jail sentences as well as civil penalties and possible criminal forfeiture of property. The Blanch Law Firm was able to secure a disposition with no jail time and a civil penalty.
Enterprise corruption charges carry heavy penalties, but our criminal defense attorney team possesses the experience and knowledge to craft a winning defense.
White Collar Crime
Enterprise corruption is a complex area of white collar crime law, and both federal and New York State assign their best attorneys to prosecute such cases. If you are accused of enterprise corruption, or running a criminal enterprise, you could be facing prison time, heavy fines and even asset forfeiture. New York penal code Â§ 460.30 states that anyone convicted of enterprise corruption must not only forfeit assets, but interest from those assets as well.
Enterprise Corruption Law
A person is guilty of enterprise corruption when, having knowledge of the existence of a criminal enterprise and the nature of its activities, and being employed by or associated with such enterprise, he or she:
- intentionally conducts or participates in the affairs of an enterprise by participating in a pattern of criminal activity;
- intentionally acquires or maintains any interest in or control of an enterprise by participating in a pattern of criminal activity; or
- participates in a pattern of criminal activity and knowingly invests any proceeds derived from that conduct, or any proceeds derived from the investment or use of those proceeds, in an enterprise.
Contact The Blanch Law Firm
To speak with a white collar attorney about your criminal defense concerns, Contact The Blanch Law Firm by calling (646) 350-0270 to arrange an initial consultation.