Money Laundering

“Cleaning Money” – Proceeds of Crime can come from a variety of sources i.e. Drug Trafficking, Robberies, Burglaries, Theft, and Fraud.

Some individuals seek to “Clean the Proceeds of Crime”, by setting up businesses, putting money into family members accounts, and “Concealing, Converting and Disguising Criminal Property”.

When an individual is charged with offences relating to Money Laundering, it is inferably down to them to prove how they have come in possession of the “Property” (reverse burden of the proof).

Amosu Robinshaw has been successful in the past in defending clients charged with these offences and have experience in tracing income sources to assist in this process.

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