Practiced Experience In Money Laundering Defense
A criminal charge of money laundering is frequently added on top of other charges by zealous prosecutors looking to enhance the penalties of a crime. When a charge of money laundering is brought on its own, it may be because the government’s evidence of other crimes is weak or tainted and this is the one area that can be proven based only on a paper trail.
Whether you are facing money laundering charges alone or with a drug charge, white collar crime charges, fraud, conspiracy or corruption, you need a strong defense. Money laundering cases can be heard in either state or federal court so you need a defense attorney who is experienced in both courts.
Contact Detroit money laundering attorney John Freeman, a former prosecutor now turned defense lawyer with more than 25 years of criminal law experience. Call our Troy, Michigan, law office toll free at 248-250-9950 for a free initial phone consultation or e-mail us. We represent clients in federal and state courts throughout Michigan, from Cheboygan to Kalamazoo, Detroit to Alpena.
At the Law Office of John Freeman, we defend individuals and corporate entities charged with money laundering and other financial crimes in state or federal court. We work with forensic accountants and computer experts when needed to build a strong defense for our clients.
We have handled money laundering charges as part of a wide range of cases that include:
- Narcotics trafficking
- Alien smuggling
- Securities fraud
- Ponzi schemes
Money Laundering and Businesses
Money laundering charges can pose huge challenges for businesses if corporate assets are alleged to have been purchased or be the result of a money laundering scheme. For example, if someone buys a franchise using funds from an illegal enterprise or with the intent to launder money through the business, the feds will investigate whether the franchise owner knew or had reason to know. If they did, they could also face criminal charges. Foreign businesses and security investment opportunities can also raise questions about money laundering.