Continuing Series of Violations Law and Legal Definition
In order to be a continuing series of violations, there should at least be three violations of Federal law. It also requires a finding that those violations were connected together as a series of related or on-going activities as distinguished from isolated and disconnected acts. Further, it should also be proved that the person engaged in the violations with at least five or more other persons, whether or not those persons are named in the indictment and whether or not the same five or more persons participated in each of the violations, or participated at different times. It should also be proved that the person's relationship with the other five or more persons was that of an organizer, supervisor or manager, that he was more than a fellow worker and either organized or directed the activities of the others, whether he was the only organizer or supervisor or not.