Federal prosecutors are asking an appeals court to disregard an amicus brief from one of the nation’s top organizations for criminal defense lawyers because the organization’s law firm “directly profited” from a money laundering scheme carried out by Baltimore attorney Kenneth W. Ravenell, a new court filing claims. UPDATE: Government withdraws filing that claimed defense [[...]
A federal appeals court has upheld the federal money laundering conviction and nearly five-year prison sentence for Baltimore defense attorney Kenneth W. Ravenell.
A federal appellate court has scheduled an unusual early argument session to hear Baltimore defense lawyer Kenneth W. Ravenell’s appeal of his money laundering conviction and federal prison sentence. The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals initially scheduled oral argument in Ravenell’s appeal for the session that will run from Jan. 24-27. But after a […]
The judges of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals have voted not to reconsider a request for bail from Baltimore defense lawyer Kenneth W. Ravenell.
A Maryland man is facing federal money laundering charges related to an international romance scam.
A California man has been indicted in Maryland on charges that he stole nearly $4 million from a Prince George's County law firm that he controlled and the firm's clients.
Baltimore defense lawyer Kenneth W. Ravenell will not be able to avoid serving time in prison while he appeals his money laundering conviction, a federal appeals court ruled Friday. In a brief order, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals denied Ravenell’s request to delay his sentence of nearly five years in federal prison or […]
Convicted money launderer Kenneth W. Ravenell’s Maryland law license will be suspended beginning Sept. 6, Maryland’s top court ordered.
Kenneth W. Ravenell's storied career as a Baltimore defense lawyer is set to end with a federal prison sentence.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of a Nigerian who, though never having been to Maryland, was convicted in Greenbelt federal court of conspiring to launder money from a Laurel-based online scam that convinced elderly people seeking romance to part with a total of more than $1 million. Without comment, the […]
Federal prosecutors are seeking eight years in prison for Kenneth W. Ravenell, though his lawyers have asked for a term of probation with no jail time.
A Nigerian who had never been to Maryland over the course of a Laurel-based online scam has urged the U.S. Supreme Court to review and overturn his conviction for conspiring to launder money.