Atlanta Money Laundering Attorneys
Developed Methods for Fighting Money Laundering Charges
Money laundering is a complex federal crime that targets efforts to legitimize money earned from alleged criminal activity. Individuals often face money laundering charges in conjunction with a host of federal charges including drug charges, embezzlement, wire fraud, and mail fraud—especially when prosecutors seek to magnify the penalties on the original or underlying charges. At the law offices of Nicholas Lotito and Seth Kirschenbaum, we represent clients charged with money laundering.
The attorneys at our law firm are former federal prosecutors prepared to lessen the weight of a criminal investigation or prosecution. Contact our law firm today to schedule a free initial consultation.
Mounting an Effective Defense Strategy
Both of the attorneys at our law firm have more than 30 years' experience in the criminal justice system, including experience as former federal prosecutors. We have also defended clients accused of various types of money laundering charges, including making purchases of lawful items with tainted or laundered funds, sheltering such funds in various ways, and structuring financial transactions.
We know firsthand how federal investigations proceed, how evidence is collected, and the kinds of tactics prosecutors use. The attorneys at our firm can dig into the facts obtained against you to uncover exculpatory evidence. We also consult forensic accountants to develop and present your defense. Attorneys Seth Kirschenbaum and Nicholas Lotito seek to demonstrate that money laundering never occurred, and at times show that the prosecution has unfairly sought to inflate the charges.
Seeking to Mitigate the Penalties
We have a firm understanding of the sentencing guidelines for money laundering. The attorneys at our law firm are experienced in negotiating with federal prosecutors. The credibility we have earned from federal prosecutors and judges helps us effectively mitigate the consequences arising from these charges. If you are under investigation with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) or another entity for money laundering, do not delay. In some cases, early intervention can prevent money laundering charges from being filed. Contact us online or call (404) 471-3177 for a free consultation.