Money Laundering: information you might find useful
Allegations of money laundering can relate to the proceeds of a crime committed by the suspect or the proceeds of someone else’s crime. Sonn Macmillan Walker has experience of representing clients charged with a range of money laundering offences under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
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The essential ingredient of all money laundering offences is that the prosecution must prove that the accused has in some way been involved with criminal property. Criminal property is defined as property which is, or represents, a person’s benefit from criminal conduct where the alleged offender knows or suspects that it is such.
One of the key issues in many money laundering cases is whether the prosecution can prove, so that the jury is sure, that the property concerned is indeed the proceeds of criminal conduct.
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