Money laundering is a federal crime outlined under U.S. Code Title 19, Section 1956 “Laundering of monetary instruments.” It is punishable by up to $500,000 or twice the value of money laundered, whichever is greater or by imprisonment for up to 20 years, or by both a fine and imprisonment.

If you or your company is under investigation by federal law enforcement for money laundering and you are interested in discussing your ability to challenge this investigation, I can offer my experience as a lawyer. I offer a confidential consultation to discuss your case and your legal options. At this time, I can address your immediate concerns, offering practical and honest advice. I can answer all of your questions to help you get a clear understanding of what you are up against and what you can do at this point to positively influence your case. I am committed to honesty and professionalism in my legal practice. You will find that I do not make empty promises and will fight tirelessly on your behalf inside and outside of the federal courtroom. I do not guarantee results – I make every effort in order to achieve the best possible results.

Money laundering charges are often filed in conjunction with other federal charges, such as drug trafficking, tax crimes and other issues involving organized criminal activity. With more than 20 years as a defense lawyer, I know what to expect in these matters. I can anticipate the prosecuting attorney’s next move and understand what to look for in procedural or evidentiary violations or infringement upon my client’s rights. I use this knowledge and my experience to build more effective legal strategies.