Money laundering refers to “cleaning” dirty or tainted proceeds of illegal activity by passing the funds through legitimate accounts or businesses. Money laundering charges typically accompany other charges, including fraud, tax, and narcotics crimes. A person can be charged with money laundering, however, even where he did not personally commit any other offense, if the government believes that he knowingly assisted someone else in “laundering” proceeds of illegal acts.
Rosenberg Martin Greenberg has extensive experience investigating and litigating money laundering cases, and can use that experience to assist clients at all stages of the proceedings.
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