Money Laundering & Proceeds of Crime

Money laundering is the process where profits that are derived from illegitimate means are given the appearance of coming from a legitimate source. Money laundering allows people to use funds from proceeds of crime for personal use because it turns ‘dirty’ money into ‘clean’ money.

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Money Laundering and AML Articles

Could you be considered a money laundering suspect by your financial activity?  See our Money Laundering Law page for a more comprehensive examination of AML law in Australia. See how gambling/gaming can be used to launder money. Discover how virtual currency such as Bitcoin allows money laundering in the 21st Century. Money Laundering and use…

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Money Laundering Law

Author: Phillip Gibson, Accredited Specialist Criminal Law and Criminal Defence Lawyer. What is money laundering? The process of turning “dirty money”, that is, money that is the proceeds of crime, into “clean money” is called money laundering. Usually, money laundering matters are factually complicated, involve detailed financial analysis and complex evidence and require considerable negotiations…

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Section 10s: Loophole or Justified Discretion?

Dennis Miralis, Partner at Nyman Gibson Miralis Section 10s: Loophole or Justified Discretion? – Dennis Miralis, P artner at Nyman Gibson Miralis Criminal Defence Lawyers Click here to hear Criminal Defence Lawyer Dennis Miralis explain and defend the concept of the Section 10. Section 10 allows a magistrate to not record a conviction for a…

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Automatic driver’s licence suspension

Impact of an automatic driver’s licence suspension The privilege to drive is an essential part of everyday life. We all need our driver’s licence to drive to work, to take our kids to school, to get our elderly relatives to the doctors and even run our businesses. So when your licence is suspended, the effects…

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