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Money Laundering

Money Laundering Defense Attorneys with the Experience You Need and the Reputation You Deserve

Although money laundering charges can involve a wide range of factual scenarios, they typically accompany drug crimes, fraud, white collar crime or public corruption charges to build up a prosecution’s case/charges. These charges are almost always brought by the federal government and last months, if not years, as the defense and prosecution undertake discovery.

This process may include financial transaction monitoring, online activity tracking, tax audits, freezing of accounts or other assets and other huge inconveniences. Because of these tactics, the process of defending against these charges can have a devastating effect on your ability to pay bills and live your life. By having the right defense attorney on your side at the beginning of your case can greatly help to reduce these hardships.

Money Laundering Defense Attorneys with the Experience You Need and the Reputation the Courts Respect

Our firm has worked on money laundering scams for over three decades. We know these complicated cases are difficult and require specialized expertise. The severity of the penalty often relates to the amount of money involved. Frequently money laundering charges involve hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars. We are ready to put forth the vigorous defense that has helped our clients reach ideal outcomes. Our Farmington Hills defense firm has helped thousands of Michigan residents find successful resolutions to their case and get their lives back on track.


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Time of essential when facing any criminal charge. To protect your rights and build the best case, you need the right team to help guide you through the legal hurdles set up to take your money, reputation, and freedom. Call us today, and we will help you fight back.

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There Are Avenues We Explore When Defending Your Money Laundering Case

It is important to note that the prosecution must prove several elements to reach a conviction involving money laundering.

Prosecutors must prove that there was an attempted or conducted financial transaction that:

  • Involved the proceeds of an illegal activity
  • Was conducted knowing that funds were obtained through illegal activity
  • Was intended to conceal the nature or source of the proceeds

These cases are complicated and have high stakes. You must partner with the strongest legal team you can find. You can rely on our honest and upfront representation to show you all of your options.