If you participate in any transaction knowing the money or property involved was acquired as a result of a crime, you may be charged with money laundering. Money laundering usually arises out of an intent to cover up circumstances surrounding where money came from.
Both the person receiving and the person transferring the money or property may be charged in the same situation with money laundering.
If you are facing money laundering charges, you need a team who can fight for your rights. With 23 years experience, our firm has represented all types of criminal cases from murders to petty thefts and we are one of Virginia’s largest and leading criminal and traffic defense firms.
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