Charter Solicitors specialise in many areas of criminal law including dealing with cases concerned with proceeds of crime.
The Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 was introduced to diminish the proceeds from criminal activities. Also, to act as a deterrent to those seeking financial gain from their criminal proceedings. If you have been accused of a crime and breaking money laundering regulations, it is likely that you will have to justify all your earnings made since conviction. This may be a struggle for you and it is important that you obtain experienced legal help.
Charter Solicitors have many years experience in handling serious fraud and complex crime cases, where POCA legislation is involved. Our dedicated team of fraud and complex crime solicitors work diligently to ensure that we are able to offer professional, honest legal advice to our clients, and seek the best possible outcome for them.
If you have been accused of a crime, you could be facing a restraint order or a confiscation order. These will involve some amount of freezing of assets and requirements to disclose where earnings have come from.
If you need legal help with these issues please call Charter Solicitors today.