AML Conversations: The importance of training prosecutors with Elliot Casey from the Virginia Commonwealth’s Attorneys’ Services Council

Welcome to this episode of our podcast series, AML Conversations.

In this edition, we dig deep into how prosecutors in the Commonwealth of Virginia get trained on many areas of law, including financial crime. Vice Chairman John Byrne’s guest, Elliott Casey, a former prosecutor himself, now trains law enforcement officials (prosecutors and investigators alike) on such disparate issues like digital evidence, forfeiture and complex financial crime. Casey also shares his views on the civil safe harbor, an extremely useful protection for financial institutions.

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AML Conversations is dedicated to inform professionals and those interested in anti-money laundering about conversations happening in the government, private sector, and internationally. The series is composed of interviews, live programming, and panel discussions related to the industry to keep our listeners well-informed.

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  1. Avatar Tim Severovich on November 8, 2019 at 10:04 am

    Very interesting conversation, particularly regarding the starting point for the legal obtainment of banking records.

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