Conspiracies & Racketeering

Conspiracies & Racketeering in Denver, Colorado

White Collar Criminal Defense Attorney

Examples of white collar crimes include securities fraud, mortgage fraud, embezzlement, bribery, extortion, larceny, environmental law violations, price fixing, racketeering, loan sharking, perjury and computer or internet fraud. These crimes typically refer to a type of crime committed by business people, public officials and professionals through deception to gain a financial advantage. These laws are also being used to prosecute identity theft and drug rings.

Colorado Organized Crime Control Act (CoCCA) and Federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO)

White Collar Crimes | Christopher Braddock, attorney & lawyer | money in envelopeWhite collar crimes typically refer to a type of crime committed by business people, public officials and professionals through deception to gain a financial advantage. These laws are also being used to prosecute identity theft and drug rings. The Colorado Organized Crime Control Act (CoCCA) is based largely upon the Federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act (RICO). CoCCA prosecutions were initially used to prosecute organized crime conspiracies and organized criminal enterprises. Today, their use has been broaden to prosecute other conspiracies and enterprises such as drug distribution, identity theft and fraud schemes.

If you are facing CoCCA or RICO charges, you need an attorney who is experienced and aggressive in this area and knowledgeable about the relevant law. I am criminal defense attorney Christopher T. Braddock. I have been defending clients for over 20 years and can help you.

Do not let the prosecution bully you. You have rights and I will defend them.

When your future is on the line contact Christopher T. Braddock at 303-675-0100 or email him at [email protected].

Don’t let an overzealous prosecutor railroad you into pleading guilty. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact me.