Money Laundering and Conspiracy

Money laundering occurs whenever funds derived from criminal conduct are deposited into the banking system, utilized to make a purchase, or exchanged in any way. Virtually every criminal offense that derives a monetary gain can be subject to money laundering charges. Conspiracy occurs whenever two or more people agree to commit a crime and perform two or more overt acts towards the agreed upon crime. A charge of conspiracy is premised upon the agreement, rather than the actual performance, of the criminal act.

Representative Matters


  • All 54 felony counts dismissed against business owner accused of conspiring to deprive product supplier of millions of dollars.
  • Probation granted to mother and business owner charged in tax fraud and identity theft conspiracy.

Money Laundering

  • Probation granted to car dealership owner charged with 27 felony counts in insurance fraud and money laundering scheme involving millions of dollars.