Nation’s Leading Law Firm in Bulk Cash Seizure – Please Read!!
Leading Law Firm focusing on warrantless bulk cash seizure by federal law enforcement at Airports in the USA, Amtrack Train Stations, FEDEX UPS, US Postal Inspectors, Drug Enforcement Administration, Customs and Border Protection, Homeland Security which become the subject of federal civil forfeiture in the United States District Courts. NOTE: We CANNOT help with police raids in home or motor vehicle stops on highway.
Lawyers who are highly experienced will guide you in making the correct CAFRA election depending on the facts of the case, then negotiate civil claim for return of money by drafting appropriate documents and then negotiating release of claim via administrative petitions in the United States District Court with United States Attorneys or petition via administrative proceeding. Legal work is pursuant to a written contingent fee agreement, and it costs nothing upfront to hire an attorney—payment is at the end of the case if successful.
If you are the victim of a bulk cash seizure there is no practice group more experienced than attorney Geoffrey Nathan (20+ years’ experience) call 1-877-472-5775 now for your free consultation.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What do I do when my cash has been seized by United States government law enforcement
A: When your cash has been seized by law enforcement the money is accounted for by them and held in escrow by the United States Treasury pending final order of forfeiture. In order for you to stop the forfeiture process you have to wait until you get a letter from the federal government which is sent by both regular and first-class certified mail to the address that you provide law-enforcement at the time of the seizure. When you get a letter the letter has to be responded to by our lawyers. The government’s letter of notification of forfeiture to you is generated normally up to 90 days after the date of seizure. You have only 30 days to respond.
What happens to money confiscated/seized by federal law enforcement authorities?
A: When money is seized by law enforcement, the law enforcement agency provides a receipt of the seizure and then begins the process of counting the funds and then converting the funds to be held by the United States Marshals office which is the custodian until determination is made on a forfeiture complaint against the money.