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What is considered racketeering activity?

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In order to be convicted of a RICO charge, a defendant has to be shown to have participated in a pattern of racketeering acts, at least two. Those two acts can be acts related to extortion, bribery, money laundering, mail fraud, wire fraud, all sorts of acts that are specifically alleged in the statute.

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