Money Laundering Defense Attorney
If you or your company is charged with money la-undering, you need an experienced legal team who can protect your rights. Richard Grossman is an experienced Atlanta criminal defense attorney with over 20 years of proven expertise in both state and federal courts. When it comes to white collar crimes, he carries the knowledge and tenacious approach you need to defend your case with the best possible outcome.
Money laundering is a serious federal crime. Because this white collar offense is such a multifaceted process that can involve a number of different financial transactions and accounts, it is important that you have knowledgeable legal representation. Richard Grossman understands the complexity in defending money laundering cases and he can successfully represent your specific case in a court of law. It is always best to obtain legal representation as soon as possible when facing state or federal money laundering charges.
In the past, the term money laundering was applied only to financial transactions related to organized crime. Today, its definition is often expanded by government prosecutors to mean any financial transaction that generates an asset or a value as the result of an illegal act. This may involve actions such as tax evasion, failure to report cash or monetary transactions, false accounting, structuring and/or bulk cash smuggling. You can trust Richard Grossman to handle your money laundering case diligently and relentlessly, staying ahead of the prosecution at every turn. He has extensive experience successfully defending cases involving money laundering and other white collar crimes.
Contact White Collar Crime Lawyer Richard Grossman
At our criminal law office in Atlanta, we understand what is at stake for those facing money laundering charges. You need someone who will strongly and strategically defend your rights when your future and reputation are on the line. Richard Grossman is known for his accomplished record of dismissed charges, acquittals and successful motions to suppress evidence when it comes to white collar offenses or other criminal charges.