Money Laundering Defense Attorney
Defending Clients in White Collar Crime Cases
Money laundering is a criminal charge that often comes along with other charges, such as drug crimes, white collar crimes, tax fraud, or real estate crimes. Money laundering involves a series of business transactions to "clean" or conceal the origin of funds.
Under the 1986 Money Laundering Control Act, anyone who conducts or attempts to conduct a financial transaction with the intent to facilitate or encourage an illegal activity can face fines of up to $500,000 or twice the value of the assets involved and/or a prison sentence of up to 20 years.
If you are facing money laundering charges, you have no time to lose. You need to call Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP to contact a criminal defense attorney. The sooner we begin building your case, the better off you will eventually be. With consequences as heavy as those previously mentioned, you need an aggressive and experienced trial lawyer in your corner.
We have handled hundreds of cases—schedule a free consultation to see what we can do for you.
Why Call the Defense Lawyers at Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP?
At Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP in Dallas, Texas, we defend people facing state and federal money laundering charges. If you're under investigation by the FBI, or got a subpoena to appear before a grand jury, or you've actually been charged with money laundering, you'll need the help of an experienced defense attorney.
When we investigate your case, we look at every possible option available to prove your innocence. Our experienced attorneys can also spot the weaknesses of the prosecution’s case, exploiting them to expose any poor litigation or investigation on their part. With us, your case will maximize your chances of an acquittal, dismissal, or reduced punishment.
About Money Laundering Charges
Money laundering and organized crime: Businesses that cross borders can face additional scrutiny that they may be involved in money laundering for drug traffickers or organized crime.
Transportation of cash and asset forfeiture: Police stopping cars along Texas highways are looking for two things—drugs going north and money going south. If the police find large sums of money in a vehicle, that money may be seized on suspicion that it has been obtained from a drug crime. Whatever law enforcement unit seizes the money can keep it under Texas asset forfeiture laws unless you contest the seizure.
Contact our Fort Worth white collar criminal defense lawyer. We fight hard to protect our clients' rights in court and to seek the best possible outcome. We give you a free assessment of your case and help you understand your legal options.
Schedule your free consultation as soon as possible—call (214) 301-5007 now.