July 05

Dallas Money Laundering Defense Lawyer John Helms Explains Clean, Clear, and Confident

Contact Dallas money laundering defense lawyer John Helms today to schedule a consultation to discuss your case.



Money laundering is the process of disguising financial assets in order to make them usable without being detected during the illegal activity that generated them. By money laundering, a criminal transforms monetary profits from unlawful activity into funds with a seeming legal origin.

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“Clean, Clear, and Confident”: What Is The Federal Crime Of Money Laundering?

If you have been accused of money laundering, it is important to understand the gravity of the situation. Money laundering charges can be federal offenses, and they are punishable by up to 20 years in prison.

Money laundering is the process of concealing the source of illegally obtained money. It is often done by transferring the money through a series of transactions to make it appear as though the money came from a legitimate source.

Money laundering is often charged in conjunction with other crimes, such as drug trafficking or embezzlement. If you have been charged with money laundering, it is important to seek the help of an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you navigate the legal system and defend your rights.

Contact Dallas money laundering defense lawyer John Helms today to schedule a consultation to discuss your case.

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