Have You Been Accused of Money Laundering?
Money laundering is not only a serious charge, but it’s also one of the most complex. If you’ve been accused of this crime, it’s likely that law enforcement has been monitoring your activities for weeks, months, or even years. The investigation may have involved sophisticated methods of gathering evidence to use against you. If there’s one thing you can be certain of, it’s that the prosecutors believe they have everything they need to convict you.
Money laundering is not the type of case that you want to entrust to just any lawyer. You’ll need an advocate with experience and an extensive record of positive results defending white-collar crime offenses. You can find that expert advocate you’re looking for at the Dallas law firm of Phillip A. Linder.
What Is Money Laundering?
Money laundering is the process of taking money that’s been earned through illegal means, such as robbing a bank or drug trafficking, and making it appear as if the money was earned legally. For example, members of the mafia are known to use cash-heavy businesses such as bars and casinos to disguise money that’s actually been earned from crime. By doing this, people who are making money from criminal activity can create the illusion that all of their money was earned legitimately and avoid legal penalties.
Finding The Weaknesses In The Case Against You
It’s the prosecution’s job to present a strong case and not reveal any weaknesses. As a former prosecutor himself, Phillip Linder understands and anticipates this. As a result, he knows that it’ll be necessary to thoroughly review all evidence and all aspects of the case against you to find the flaws.
First, he’ll review the methods used to obtain the evidence. Was there a wiretap? Were warrants used? Is there any indication of illegal search and seizure? Were your constitutional rights violated at any point, which could lead to evidence being thrown out?
Then, he’ll review the evidence itself. This is no simple task, as there are likely many layers of evidence documenting transfers, transactions, and movement of money through numerous financial institutions and purchases. Thankfully, our attorney knows how to dig deep and find the truth in the documentation. Perhaps the prosecution is misinterpreting the evidence. Or maybe there’s crucial documentation missing that shows the whole picture.
Regardless of the specific details, we‘ll take the necessary steps to find the weaknesses in the prosecution’s argument and build a strong case that will achieve the best possible results for you.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
Have you been charged with money laundering? Do you believe that you’re under investigation? Whatever the case may be, we encourage you to talk to us as soon as possible. Call us at 214-252-9900 in Dallas or at 972-649-6490 in Allen to schedule a free case review. Or, you can fill out a convenient contact form and we’ll get right back to you.