Asset Forfeiture & Other Drug Forfeiture Actions
Law enforcement may have the authority to seize property that is used to commit a drug crime. Even if the property is not owned by the accused individual, the property can be taken, known as asset forfeiture. This creates problems for those whose property has been seized.
If your property, such as a vehicle, has been seized in relation to a drug crime in Washington State that you did not commit, then CR Taylor Law, P.S. is the law firm to call on. We understand how seizure of property and forfeiture of assets works in the local legal system, and we can fight to have your property restored to you. Contact us today to get started with a free initial consultation.
How We Can Get Your Assets Returned
If your property is seized in relation to a crime, you should receive an asset forfeiture notice. From the time your property is seized, you have 45 days to claim it. This is sometimes achieved by filing for a forfeiture hearing. When a hearing is required, you need experienced legal counsel to build a strong case against the government. Lead attorney Mr. Taylor has helped many clients get through this process and successfully recover their property.