Asset Forfeiture Proceedings
Baton Rouge Asset Forfeiture Proceedings Attorneys
Advocating For Asset Recovery
The federal and state government has the authority to seize any property used to execute a crime. Often, prosecutors take advantage of asset forfeiture laws to increase the penalties against individuals charged with drug trafficking or fraud.
At Manasseh, Gill, Knipe & Bélanger, we represent clients in asset forfeiture proceedings stemming from drug charges, racketeering allegations and other white collar crimes.
The criminal defense lawyers at our firm consult forensic accountants and other experts to uncover any questionable assumptions prosecutors made in state forfeiture and federal asset forfeiture proceedings. Contact our law firm today online or call 225-383-9703 for an aggressive defense strategy.
Handling Asset Forfeiture Proceedings in Connection to Drug Charges
The property seized in drug crimes normally includes cash and vehicles allegedly used to carry out the criminal activity or proceeds from the illegal transactions. We are committed to helping you and your family regain any property wrongfully assumed to be connected to the illegal transactions.
Protecting Your Rights in White Collar Asset Forfeiture Proceedings
At Manasseh, Gill, Knipe & Bélanger, we handle asset forfeiture proceedings in connection to while collar allegations. Often, assets seized in property forfeitures can include:
- Real estate
- Rare coins
- Stocks and other investments
Prosecutors will devote substantial resources working with computer specialists to track your financial activity. Our criminal defense attorneys are prepared to prevent federal prosecutors from freezing your bank accounts or seizing your assets.
We will aggressively challenge any questionable wiretaps or steps law enforcement took beyond the search warrant's terms. Our legal team is prepared to reveal any holes in the prosecution's asset forfeiture allegations. We are committed to protecting your property, while defending you against allegations of fraud, money laundering or other serious charges.
Schedule a Consultation
Without the help of an experienced criminal defense attorney, you face a greater risk of the government seizing your property and convicting you of serious charges. Contact the law office of Manasseh, Gill, Knipe & Bélanger in Baton Rouge online or call 225-383-9703 to schedule a consultation.