On the flight to Las Vegas in Midnight Run, Walsh describes a list of charges the feds can apply to Serrano:
Perry: There are no real computer disks. Is that right?
Perry: If you give him blank disks and he accepts them, is that an overt act?
Walsh: If he just sets foot inside the airport, he's committed an overt act: conspiracy to obstruct justice. When he shows up with the Duke, you add kidnapping. Anybody packing a gun: conspiracy to commit murder. The fact it's an airport, and Alonzo, correct me if you think I'm wrong...you can slap an interstate transportation racketeering rap on him.
Mosely: None of that means anything unless you can get him to take those disks.
Walsh: Don't worry. I'll get him to take the disks.
Mosely: Get a wire on this man.
Would those charges listed hold up in the court of law?