Money Laundering may include passing money through a number of businesses preventing the the money being traced. This may be done for a number of reasons. These reasons could include trying to conceal money from corruption or other financial crimes. Often individuals or businesses may come under suspicion and be investigated for alleged money laundering. These have been legislated under to Anti Money Laundering Act.
If a court finds money laundering has occurred, it can apply heavy financial penalties.
Our Solicitors have over 10 years experience in handling these types of cases. If you’ve been accused of money laundering and need assistance, contact us right away. We’ll give you solid legal advice and ensure you are fully aware of every aspect of your case.
These cases can often prove to be complex, and prosecution can be a lengthy affair. All aspects of the case must be considered, and proving culpability must be absolutely clear.
If a confiscation order has been made, it means that enforcement authorities are attempting to recover assets and cash that they suspect to have originated from criminal activity. These orders can only be made after a suspect has been convicted. It is critical to have a robust defense team working on your case to prevent this from happening. Especially if your assets have been accumulated legitimately.
This may include a heavy payment demand made upon the defendant. At this time it is critical to ensure that an application is made for further time is not doing so can lead to a term in prison. We can certainly assist in also challenging search warrants.