Accused of Enterprise Corruption?

The goal behind enterprise corruption charges is to hinder the operation of organized crime by removing income streams. To be accused of enterprise corruption, you must knowingly be engaged in a criminal enterprise or have a pattern of this type of criminal activity, meaning three or more charges within 10 years of each other. The penalties for enterprise corruption are exceptionally harsh and often affect individuals' freedom, assets and their businesses.

Nearly 25 Years of Enterprise Corruption Defense Experience

If you are facing enterprise corruption charges, you need an experienced attorney in your corner. Over the course of his 25-year career, criminal defense attorney Michael D. Horn, Esq., has handled many cases involving enterprise corruption. He understands the impact Class B felony charges can have on your life. He will work diligently to find all possible defenses in your case. Contact us online or call 718-777-7717 to set up a free consultation.

"Mr. Horn is zealous in representing clients. He is effective in his presentation of legal issues and diligent in his preparations of motions and legal memoranda. He is a person of high integrity and enjoys a great deal of respect from the bench, his colleagues and opposing counsel." — Judge Joseph Anthony Grosso, Acting Justice, Supreme Court of the State of New York

Defending Against Charges of Financial Wrongdoing

Enterprise corruption is a very broad charge that covers many different white collar and financial crimes. Accusations of enterprise corruption are usually in connection with racketeering or organized crime charges, including:

  • Forgery or false statements
  • Coercion or bribery
  • Obstruction of justice/hindering prosecution
  • Financial fraud
  • Insurance fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Grand larceny
  • Money laundering
  • Environmental conservation law issues
  • Monopolies and other violations of antitrust law
  • Government and political corruption

Experienced Money Laundering Defense Attorney Working for You

Money laundering charges happen in association with organized crime and more commonly occur at a federal level. Whether you are an individual or a corporation that has been accused of any of these enterprise corruption charges, you need a lawyer who is well-versed in white collar crime and its collateral consequences.

Mr. Horn works with experts in finance and investigations to uncover any evidence that could be used in your favor. He will listen to your account of events and your level of risk tolerance as he forms the best defense strategy. He will thoroughly analyze the prosecution's evidence, or lack of evidence, looking for violations of your rights. Mr. Horn will evaluate every angle possible to fight for a dismissal or an acquittal.

Contact Us Now for a Free Consultation With a Veteran Trial Lawyer

If you are accused of enterprise corruption or another financial crime, you cannot afford to face the charges without an experienced attorney in your corner. Defense lawyer Michael Horn has decades of experience representing clients facing life-altering allegations. Contact our firm to learn how he can help you stay ahead of the prosecutions during a free consultation.

Our main office is located in Astoria, Queens, but if you are unable to travel due to incarceration, Mr. Horn will come to you. He is available 24/7 so you do not have to wait for pressing concerns to be addressed. Our staff speaks Spanish. Credit card payments are accepted.