The peculiarity of the work of the lawyers of the association was significant practical experience in anti-trade companies, the development of preventive measures for foreign investors against the illegal takeover of companies, the development of optimal legal solutions for the proper establishment and behavioral conditions of the economy in Ukraine, legal complicity and anti-corruption. The association provides a range of legal services to foreign citizens, domestic and international companies that intend to establish a business in Ukraine in order to comply with the legal compliance of companies in Ukraine that need to protect their activities in Ukraine. Fleming Daniels, a prominent member of the Black Mafia Family drug network, was sentenced to 20 years in prison on December 17, 2008 for drug trafficking. The federal judge also fined Daniels $10,000 for participating in the violent group. Daniels was the 16th defendant to be indicted in Atlanta for his role in the organization and the only defendant in Atlanta`s indictments to go to court, with 11 others having already pleaded guilty.  The government relied on the testimony of William «Doc» Marshall and Ralph Simms to convict Daniels. Daniels had not been caught with cocaine or wiretapped drug transactions. Marshall`s testimony suggested that he had seen Daniels receive cocaine in kilograms while he was taking cocaine himself.  Daniels was also awaiting trial for the murder of Rashannibal Drummond in July 2004. On February 26, 2010, he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 20 years in prison for manslaughter. His 20-year prison sentence will run at the same time as another 20-year prison sentence resulting from his role in the BMF`s cocaine allegations. The law firm «BMF LEGAL GROUP» was founded to provide highly qualified legal advice. It has assembled a team of experienced lawyers who are committed to protecting the interests of natural and legal persons under private and public law as well as foreign investors.
The Justice Department also shed light on other alleged activities of the group in the indictments, including managing drug money through various banks and referral services to conceal its origins. The group had also been accused of receiving several winning lottery tickets from the state of Michigan from a third party for which they had paid in cash, and then exchanging the tickets to make the money seem legitimate. The indictment called for the confiscation of «more than 30 pieces of jewelry, 13 residences, 35 vehicles, including Lincoln Sedan, BMW, Range Rover, Aston-Martin and Bentley, numerous bank accounts, more than $1.2 million in seized foreign currency and a monetary verdict totaling $270 million.»  The association`s lawyers have more than 20 years of experience in the field of legal advice, in various areas of legal and judicial practice. In its activity, the Association adheres to generally accepted international standards and ethical standards for the legal profession, supports and develops the best traditions of jurisprudence, adheres to the principle of a creative and qualified approach to the cases of clients, taking into account interests, respect for rights and freedoms, thus contributing to the successful resolution of problems and the achievement of a desirable result. On the 15th. In June 2006, the United States Department of the Treasury reported that an additional 16 individuals had been charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine and money-laundering under a second indictment, replacing the number of persons charged in this case to 49. The list of defendants included Jacob Arabo, popularly known as Jacob the Jeweler, a famous jeweler well known in the hip-hop community. Arabo was charged with conspiracy to launder more than $270 million of illegally acquired funds. In the early 2000s, Demetrius Flenory founded BMF Entertainment as a hip-hop music promotion agency and label. The Flenory brothers are known to have worked with many high-profile hip-hop artists such as E40, Trina, T.I., Shawty Lo, Jay-Z and Fabolous. Demetrius founded BMF Entertainment as a front organization for money laundering money generated by the cocaine distribution network, but was also an attempt to create a legitimate and legal business source of revenue. At that time, the Flenory organization officially adopted the name «Black Mafia Family» after being previously nameless.
Jabari Hayes, an alleged member of the BMF who allegedly acted as its messenger and distributor, wrote the book Miles in the Life and is also the executive producer of a documentary of the same name. In both cases, Hayes recounts his upbringing in public housing in Brooklyn with a crack-addicted mother and moving to St. Louis as a high school student to escape his surroundings, and eventually ended up in Atlanta, where he began running valet parking after graduating from Morehouse College, which eventually led to his alleged involvement with the BMF. The 5. In November 2004, Jeffrey Leahr and his girlfriend were arrested on I-75 in Atlanta for wiretapping. In the back seat was a travel bag containing 10 kilograms of cocaine. They were released later in the day in an attempt to gather more information about their supplier and the organization through wiretaps. McCree and Leahr, who faced great guilt at BMF for the lost cocaine, fled. When McCree was arrested on June 8, 2005, he signed an agreement on confidential sources and described his role in the BMF, citing Demetrius Flenory as the source of the cocaine. Chad «J-Bo» Brown supplied him with cocaine on behalf of Demetrius. These events and a number of others formed the backbone of the government`s argument.