Often performed in conjunction with racketeering and other organized white collar crimes, money laundering is the crime of hiding the location, source, or ownership of illegally-obtained wealth. By doing so, criminals can successfully hide the wealth they have unlawfully obtained, and thus eliminate some of the evidence against them. As such, the United States government has made money laundering a federal crime and dedicated extensive resources to tracking down and stopping money laundering operations.
Money laundering can be difficult for a prosecution to prove, so it is strongly suggested that you obtain a skilled Nassau County criminal defense lawyer for help with your defense. At Foley Griffin, LLP, we are dedicated to ensuring that all of our clients face their charges with a staunch ally on their side. For more than 20 years, our attorneys have stood up to protect the rights of our clients against both state and federal charges, including money laundering cases. We take great pride in our strict attention to detail, and we work tirelessly to put the evidence in your case on your side to obtain the best possible outcome to your case.
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Money laundering has been connected with a number of other illegal activities, including possible funding of things like international terrorism and other organized crime efforts. As a result, the federal government has placed monumental penalties on money laundering, particularly when the laundered money can be shown to have aided one of these groups.
Fortunately, money laundering cases are far from un-winnable; there are several defenses that are accepted by the court and that your attorney may look to use on your behalf. For example, if you can demonstrate you had no knowledge of the illegitimate source of the money in question or that it was obtained by criminal activity, your charges could be dropped. Speak with an attorney from our firm to review your case and start developing your hard-hitting criminal defense as soon as possible.
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