The definition of money laundering and broad objective criteria leaves room for interpretation on the edge where transaction or tax planning could turn into money laundering. The defence strategy in money laundering cases differs greatly in two major areas: defence of regulated legal entities / their officers, and defence of private individuals as to their exact actions. With defence of regulated entities the emphasis is on corporate obligations and duly performed due diligence. With defence of private individuals the accent would mainly be on explanatory activities proving absence of an offence. After examining all suspect transactions our experts will develop a defence strategy to be used either when communicating with the police, with the prosecutor or during defence at trial.
- Representation during apprehension / search.
- Representation during interrogation / confrontation.
- Representation before, during and after trial.