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We have extensive experience in dealing with the numerous types of money laundering related investigations and proceedings brought by various agencies ranging in value from a few thousand to millions of pounds.

Money Laundering

Money laundering can simply be described as the process of disguising proceeds from an unlawful activity, i.e. "criminal property” from "criminal conduct”, so as to make them appear legitimate.

Many people incorrectly believe that money laundering is only associated with criminal offences such as drug dealing. The reality is that any organisation, business or individual can be investigated or prosecuted for money laundering if the authorities come across any seemingly dubious financial activities or links to those convicted of certain criminal offences.

The government and its various agencies have extremely wide ranging powers in dealing with suspected or alleged money laundering cases. These draconian powers allow for extremely debilitating restraints to be placed on assets, including bank accounts, even before anyone has been found guilty of anything or even formally charged with a criminal offence.

It is therefore vital to obtain specialist legal advice as soon as possible.

We have extensive experience in dealing with the numerous types of money laundering related investigations and proceedings brought by various agencies ranging in value from a few thousand to millions of pounds.

We represent clients across the country. If you can’t come to us, we can come to you. Our services are available to privately paying and legal aided clients. Contact us now to discuss matters in the utmost confidence.

The main types of money laundering offences are:

  • Assisting in the retention of criminal property
  • Acquisition, possession or use of criminal property
  • Concealment or transfers to avoid prosecution or a confiscation order
  • Failing to disclose knowledge or suspicion of money laundering
  • Tipping off

OUR CASES

R v B - Southwark Crown Court
Conspiracy to commit armed robbery
R v G - Northampton Crown Court
Conspiracy to commit aggravated burglaries
R v S - Kingston Crown Court
Conspiracy to defraud
R v L - St Albans Crown Court
Conspiracy to cheat the public revenue
R v P - Leicester Crown Court
Conspiracy to supply cocaine