In theory, money laundering crimes consist of financial transactions used to promote or conceal the proceeds of other illicit activity, such as fraud, drug trafficking, or corruption.  In practice, money laundering charges are an increasingly common device used by prosecutors to justify arbitrary asset forfeitures and get easy convictions against defendants deprived of the means to pay for counsel.

We have extensive experience defending corporations, executives, and professionals under investigation for money laundering and related offenses.  We have resisted the DOJ’s aggressive efforts to seize our clients’ assets through administrative forfeiture, both at the outset of investigations and at trial. 

Reassuring, articulate, knowledgeable, and effective. They made the process so much easier and gave me peace of mind in a stressful but successful outcome.