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Homicide 6 years in jail
Gun Possession 10 years in jail
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Felony DUI (.13) 5 years in jail
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Los Angeles Penal Code 186.10 Money Laundering Lawyers
Money Laundering is a large issue in the United States. In order to understand the severity of Money Laundering, it is imperative to understand the definition of Money Laundering itself. Money Laundering is essentially the practice of attempting to make “dirty money” clean. “Dirty money” refers to money that was earned selling drugs, for example. Within the state of California, Penal Code 186.10 PC governs crimes connected to Money Laundering. According to Penal Code 186.10 PC, there is a potential for a misdemeanor charge and a felony charge as well. If one is charged with a misdemeanor, they have the potential to spend one year in county jail and/or pay fines that are up to $1,000. If one is charged with a felony charge, they potentially are facing a jail sentence of up to four years and/or a fine of potentially $250,000.
Given the severity that a Money Laundering charge can have on one’s record, it is essential to retain legal counsel if you are facing a Money Laundering charge. The reason for this is that there are several potential viable legal defenses that could help you a great deal to reduce your sentence or have your charges dropped all together. Some examples of the potential defenses that exist to a Money Laundering charge are: the amount of money that you health with did not satisfy the minimum threshold to warrant a Money Laundering charge, you were a victim to potential police misconduct or you lacked criminal intent or knowledge that you were laundering proceeds of criminal activity due to the misrepresentation of a third party.
Our firm specializes in assisting clients who have been charged with Money Laundering. What our firm does is attempts to prove that the individual charged has a viable defense as outline under Penal Code 186.10 PC. If you suspect that you were charged with Money Laundering in error or would like our guidance on how to navigate your case for the best results with your Money Laundering charges that do have merit, we are absolutely here to assist you.
The best way to ascertain whether our firm is the ideal fit for your upcoming legal matter involving Money Laundering charges is to schedule a consultation appointment with one of our associate attorneys. By doing this, you will be able to review the pertinent facts of your case and assess whether your case has merit and whether it is the ideal fit for our firm to take on at the present moment. Once this is decided favorably and you decide to retain our firm’s services, a retainer agreement will be signed and then you will receive one-on-one guidance that takes you through each and every step of your legal matter. Thus, do not hesitate to reach out to our firm today to set up your consultation appointment because by doing so, you are essentially one step closer to potentially resolving your legal matter with ease. We would be elated to assist you in your upcoming legal matter.