Money Laundering

Money Laundering

People charged with money laundering in the Dallas-Fort Worth area or anywhere in the state of Texas are encouraged to seek the counsel of attorney John R. Teakell. Mr. Teakell has amassed a significant amount of experience, achieving favorable outcomes for defendants in money laundering cases.

If you face money laundering charges, or if you have reason to believe that an investigation is underway that may lead to an arrest for money laundering in Texas or elsewhere, contact the Law Office of John R. Teakell, white collar criminal defense law firm, to schedule a consultation to meet attorney John Teakell with no further obligation.

Money Laundering is Often Associated with Other Crimes

Money laundering charges can be brought at either the state or federal level. These charges are often brought in connection with alleged activities involving controlled substances. Drug crimes may be hard to prove and prosecute, but accompanying offenses such as wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering are frequently used as legal dragnets by which to bring criminal charges against people alleged to be involved in narcotics trafficking.

The Government Must Prove their Case or It Must be Dismissed

Attorney John Teakell is a former federal prosecutor who has successfully defended many people charged with money laundering and related crimes. One example of a favorable outcome involved charges brought by the state of Texas in Kleberg County, Texas. The firm’s client was arrested and investigated for alleged money laundering. After Mr. Teakell’s defense presentation, the state agreed not to seek an indictment on the basis of forfeiture issues.

Discover the most plausible defense in your money laundering case. Contact John R. Teakell at the Law Office of John R. Teakell in Dallas to schedule a no-obligation consultation and preliminary case analysis.

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