Vehicles, real property (such as your house), and currency are some of the most common examples of the various items that can be seized subject to forfeiture law. Once property is seized, it is essential that a defendant submit a claim form to challenge the taking. This process can be complicated and must be promptly filed within 30 days to avoid the item becoming the property of the state.
The Law Offices of David D. Diamond have experience in both Administrative forfeitures and Judicial forfeiture actions. David Diamond's experience with Return of Property Motions and forfeiture hearings is a tool that should be utilized if you or someone you know has had their property seized. Do not hesitate to call The Law Offices of David D. Diamond to help you get your property back!