Asset Forfeiture Defense Attorneys
Do Not Let Them Take Your Car, Cash Or Other Assets
If your assets were seized during a raid, it is important to talk to a criminal defense lawyer promptly. There is a narrow window of time within which to post bond and file a claim to attempt to recover seized assets.
At the same time that a prosecutor is filing proceedings against you, you should have a defense lawyer hard at work protecting your rights. At David G. Moore, Attorney at Law, our asset forfeiture defense lawyers can provide you with an aggressive defense. We are available to advocate and fight for your rights if assets have been taken inappropriately. Our lead attorney, David Moore, is a former assistant attorney general and an experienced defense attorney, so he knows how to build a strong case that gets results.
Defending Against Drug Charges And Asset Seizure
Statutes allow for law enforcement to seize assets under certain circumstances. The most common situation that triggers asset forfeiture is in connection with a drug crime arrest. Forfeited assets in a drug bust often include:
- Any cash found in close proximity to drugs that police claim to have discovered.
- Any purchased items that police believe were obtained with drug dealing proceeds.
- Anything that law enforcement believe was used as a “container” for illegal substances, such as a suitcase, a car, a boat or an airplane, to name a few examples.
Perhaps another person’s drugs were found in your car. Even if you had no knowledge that the drugs were there, you need a lawyer on your side to help protect your rights — and get your car back. We aim to help clients recover their seized assets as soon as possible.