A money laundering charge requires that the government prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant acquired the proceeds from specific unlawful activity. The defendant must have also used those proceeds to engage in a financial transaction, either domestically or internationally.
A money laundering charge based on the transportation or the attempt to transport the proceeds from the United States to a foreign country, from a foreign country to the United States, or across state lines, requires that the government prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant conducted or attempted to conduct a financial transaction using those proceeds, that the defendant knew the financial transaction involved proceeds from an unlawful activity, and that the defendant knew that the financial transaction was designed to conceal or disguise the nature, location, source, ownership, or control of the proceeds from the unlawful activity
If you are charged with a money laundering offense in connection with another federal offense, contact the Law Office of Alexandria Cazares-Perez for more information at (214)635-3509, or send a message on our website:https://cazaresperez.com/contact/ .
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