Asset forfeiture or money seizures can result in litigation in both the criminal and civil court. One court will be litigated in the actual underlying criminal case, then additionally, there’s a separate civil asset forfeiture over the property seized. Asset forfeiture can become messy and without the proper representation, you could fall into a slippery slope in two different courts. Make sure you end up on top in the civil and criminal court with Richards Carrington.
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