San Antonio Organized Crime Lawyer
Criminal Defense You Can Rely On
Engaging in organized crime is committing or conspiring to commit one of
more than a dozen specified crimes as either a member of a criminal street
gang or has a group of 3 or more people working for profits. The penalty
for the offense is one degree higher than the underlying offense. For
example, a person arrested for breaking into a car and stealing property
inside would face a Class A misdemeanor. This is punishable by a fine
of up to $4,000 and up to 1 year in county jail. If this is combined with
engaging in organized crime, the offense would be raised and the maximum
punishment becomes up to a $10,000 fine and up to 2 years in prison.
The maximum penalty (again depending on the underlying crime) for engaging
in organized crime is:
- A 1st degree felony
- Up to $10,000 fine
- 5 years to 99 years or life in prison
At Bloomquist & Compton, Attorneys at Law, our San Antonio organized
crime attorneys have experience in these types of cases. Larry Bloomquist
and Cathy Compton are both
Board Certified in Criminal Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Attorney Bloomquist is also
a former prosecutor. This experience can prove to be beneficial for your
criminal defense case.
Call (210) 762-4128 for your
free case evaluation.
Defend Your Future and Your Rights
In these cases, you need to protect yourself and hire a strong San Antonio
organized crime attorney to represent you. The right attorney knows what
the prosecutor must prove and not only knows, but has the skill to point
out to the judge or the jury where that evidence falls short. This can
save you from prison or shave years off of a possible sentence. In Seguin,
New Braunfels, or San Marcos? We can help.
Call on our team
at (210) 762-4128 today.