Defending Against Federal Money Laundering Charges

Money laundering charges are a powerful weapon in the arsenal of federal prosecutors. They allow the government to seize any assets or property that it can connect to criminal activity. The charge is seen most often in federal drug trafficking cases, but it applies equally to white collar crimes, in which money is moved around — "structured" — with the intention of disguising where it came from.

If you face such charges, it's important to get a skilled defense lawyer in your corner. In Central New York, call Michael Spano at 315-350-3975. He serves clients throughout the Syracuse area.

Definition Of Money Laundering
Any financial transaction that generates an asset or a value as the result of an illegal act.

Money laundering charges are often made in addition to more specific charges, but they greatly enhance the prosecutor's chances of convicting you. These are some of the criminal areas in which money laundering charges are added:

  • Wire fraud
  • Mail fraud
  • Tax evasion
  • Bank fraud
  • Conspiracy
  • Obstruction of justice
  • Perjury
  • Tax evasion
  • Racketeering

"I am committed to protecting your rights if you are facing serious money laundering charges. My 20-plus years of experience includes experience as a chief assistant district attorney in Onondaga County. I have successfully defended scores of clients in Syracuse and the region facing these charges. I can help you, too." — Michael Spano

Taking Action

Criminal defense lawyer Michael Spano is experienced in defending complex money laundering cases and can help you push back against the charges. Call his office today or complete the online form for a no-cost consultation.