October 3, 2011
Concealment in Money Laundering Cases
The Third Circuit, in United States v. Richardson, discusses "proceeds" and "concealment" in an alleged drug money laundering case. The court finds insufficient evidence "to establish knowledge of a design to conceal" and vacated the money-laundering conviction. This case may be helpful in white collar cases involving money laundering charges.
The lawyer handling this appeal was Ellen C. Brotman.
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