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Los Angeles Money Laundering Lawyer

Experienced White Collar Crime Defense

If you or a loved one is facing allegations for money laundering in Los Angeles, you need proven advocates on your side. At the Law Offices of Kenneth H. Lewis, Attorney Kenneth Lewis has more than 40 years of experience defending clients who have had their freedom and future on the line. As a seasoned attorney capable of handling even the most serious criminal cases, Attorney Lewis has the tools and talent to defend individuals accused of federal crimes, white collar crimes, and money laundering.

What is Money Laundering?

Money laundering is a common white collar crime, meaning that it is a non-violent, financially motivated offense. Money laundering involves the concealment of illegally obtained money through various financial transactions or through immersion in legitimate ventures and businesses. The goal is to conceal the source of money – which was obtained through illegal means. Money laundering may be committed by an individual or by an organization.

Due to its complexity, money laundering can be a devastating charge. In many cases, prosecutors may pursue additional charges, including fraud and the offense(s) by which the money was obtained. In some cases, prosecutors may also choose to pursue heightened penalties against criminal organizations that commit money laundering by charging them under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act.

Money Laundering Penalties

Under Federal law, money laundering is a serious felony offense that carries harsh penalties. These include:

  • Up to 20 years imprisonment;
  • Fines up to $500,000 or twice the value of money laundered (whichever is greater); or
  • Both fines and imprisonment

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Money laundering is a serious federal offense punishable by devastating long-term penalties. If you or someone you care about is currently under investigation for money laundering, or have already been charged with the offense, securing proven representation is of the utmost importance.

For more information about your case, the penalties you face, and how our firm can help, contact us today.