Federal prosecutors regularly charge money laundering alongside drug charges or white collar charges in an attempt to enhance their leverage against a defendant. Whether brought as a single offense or along with other charges, money laundering allegations are especially serious. Under the federal sentencing guidelines, a money laundering conviction can lead to up to 20 years in prison and punitive fines.
Any person facing these allegations must enlist the services of an experienced criminal defense lawyer. At Bruce L. Udolf, P.A., we vigorously defend the rights of individuals across Florida and beyond facing all types of white collar allegations.
Miami Federal Criminal Defense Attorney Taking On Money Laundering Charges
Money laundering involves conducting financial transactions with the proceeds of certain unlawful activity in order to promote the activity or to conceal or disguise information about the proceeds of that activity. The government must prove the defendant knew that the money in question was from certain unlawful activity and that he or she intended to “promote” the activity or “conceal” information about the activity.
Based in Fort Lauderdale, money laundering defense attorney Bruce Udolf brings more than three decades of experience to each case. As a former prosecutor at the federal and state levels, he offers a wealth of insight. We understand how the government prepares cases and can take decisive action. We carefully examine every piece of evidence to determine the weaknesses in the government’s case and will work tirelessly to achieve a positive outcome.
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