Money laundering has become a far-reaching “catch all” charge used by the FBI, the attorney general’s office and other government offices because 1) the vagueness of the charges lend themselves easily to other related charges, and 2) the penalties for money laundering are severe.
Charges of money laundering often involve thousands of documents, complex monetary transactions, multiple defendants, questions regarding the ownership of property, and foreign financial transactions and accounts. If you have been charged with money laundering, an experienced criminal defense law firm can provide effective defense against your charges.
If you face allegations of money laundering, contact a legal team that includes a former Assistant United States Attorney and prosecutor. Call Stahl Criminal Defense Lawyers, at 908-301-9001 or contact us online..