The Metamorphosis of Georgia’s RICO Laws


In recent years in Georgia, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) has emerged as the prosecutors’ favored tool, allowing them to charge and convict individuals using innovative legal theories for actions that may not neatly align with conventional crime definitions. These cases frequently ignite discussions about whether the conduct in question truly constitutes a crime or is merely morally questionable.

Manny Arora has recently written an opinion piece for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution dealing with this law. Read about it here.


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