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Case Study: De La Osa v. State (Florida)



This case study delves into the rules regarding liability for conspiracy and racketeering. We look at a criminal defendant who got involved in a complex game to distribute unlicensed pharmaceuticals, though he was far from its major player. In determining the extent of his liability, the court analyzed the common-law elements of different types of conspiracies and the application of the various elements of federal and state RICO statutes. We look at this analysis and how these elements are applied.

The case can be found here:

https://casetext.com/case/de-la-osa-v-state