Minnesota Forfeitures Attorney
Forfeitures are a penalty for a crime similar to fines or jail time. Forfeitures apply to a person’s assets, such as an automobile or home. Giving up ones home, assets, or automobile is extremely stressful and life altering for a person.
If you are facing forfeiture it is extremely crucial to hire a
Forfeiture Lawyer as quickly as possible in order to protect your rights. Having a talented defense attorney on your side can save your assets and prevent further damage to your personal and professional life.
Types of Forfeituress
A forfeiture occurs if a person’s asset is believed to have been used in a crime; for example, the use of an automobile or house in a drug case. After assets have been seized it is up to the person to explain where the items came from and prove they were not used in criminal activity.
Forfeitures commonly occur as a result of:
- Money Laundering
- Credit Card Fraud
- Drug Possession
- After repeat offense DUI/DWI charges
- As well as additional crimes
Assets seized in forfeitures include:
- Vehicle (Car Forfeitures)
- Property Forfeitures
- As well as other items of high value
Minneapolis Forfeiture Lawyer
If you are currently facing forfeiture as a result of past charges it is very important to hire a lawyer as quickly as possible. Having the proper legal assistance on your side will protect your assets as well as your rights. A forfeiture lawyer can also help you prove your assets were not used criminally and can help you prevent further damage in the future.
Judith A. Samson understands how devastating forfeitures can be and is dedicated to helping clients protect their assets as well as their rights. If you are currently facing a forfeiture contact Judith A. Samson for a free initial consultation at 612.333.8001 or through the online consultation form.
The Minnesota forfeiture lawyers with Judith A. Samson, represent clients throughout Minnesota, including the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul and surrounding areas in Anoka County, Hennepin County, Ramsey County, Dakota County, Sherburne County, Wright County and Washington County.