Man avoids jail for several charges of money laundering and cyber fraud worth over $10,000.00

Our client who was facing up to 10 years imprisonment, avoided jail time at sentencing for several charges of money laundering and cyber fraud worth over $10,000.00

Our client is a 34 year old man residing in Sydney. In early 2023, he was charged by police with several charges of recklessly deal with proceeds of crime, which have a maximum imprisonment sentence of 10 years full-time imprisonment depending on the circumstances of the offences.

Once charged, our client immediately contacted us. Mr Faraj began working on his case and after lengthy negotiations and review of the prosecution evidence, was able to reduce the seriousness of the charges and allegations against our client.

At sentence, Mr Faraj argued several important legal points on behalf our client including:

  1. The amounts;
  2. His role and level in the scam;
  3. His motive behind the offences; and
  4. The level of his degree of planning and sophistication in relation to the offences.

Ultimately, after submissions were made, the court agreed and were minded to impose a penalty other than full-time imprisonment for the offences. Our client walked away with a Community Corrections Order for all charges and was able to put this part of his life behind him and move on thanks to extensive preparation, attention to detail in complicated fraud matters and care that was given to his case.

If you or anyone you know is charged with a fraud related offence, be sure to contact us immediately for a free consultation.

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