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Houston Lawyers Providing Skilled Defense Against Money Laundering Charges

100 Years of Combined White Collar Crime Defense Experience in Texas

Money laundering is a serious criminal charge that is currently receiving strong prosecution by federal authorities due to its frequent connection to terrorism. The result? An increased number of money laundering charges and cases, and an increase in the resources the federal government has dedicated towards pursuing convictions. If you face allegations of money laundering, it is important that you obtain the counsel and representation of an experienced criminal defense attorney as quickly as possible.

Federal and International Money Laundering Defense

The lawyers of the Houston law firm of Spagnoletti & Co. have provided aggressive and diligent criminal defense legal services to individuals and firms facing money laundering charges for a combined 100 years of experience. We are highly knowledgeable regarding the domestic and international laws that govern money laundering charges, and have achieved numerous acquittals and reductions of charges for accused clients.

Protecting Privacy. Protecting Rights.

Money laundering charges can be difficult for federal agents to prove. Where did the funds really originate from? What were they used for? And who controlled the funds in question?

We fully investigate money laundering charges, and we are skilled at fighting charges and negotiating with prosecutors. We also understand that privacy and confidentiality are important to you and to your firm. Though criminal charges are of public record, we work hard to protect clients' reputations and privacy. Please call 713-659-0257 or 877-678-5864 for more information.

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