Real Property Forfeiture in Washington Marijuana Grow Cases

The only parties that can legally grow marijuana in Washington are: (1) persons or businesses with appropriate licensing; and (2) certified medical users. Recreational users of pot cannot grow their own marijuana under Washington law. If they choose to do so, most of us know that they will face possible drug crime charges. But, many [...]

By |2021-08-30T21:47:26+00:00May 22nd, 2019|Forfeitures|Comments Off on Real Property Forfeiture in Washington Marijuana Grow Cases

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Forfeitures

A “forfeiture” is where a state or federal governmental agency seizes and retains property under criminal or civil laws. The property that is seized is property the agency believes has either been used in the commission of a crime or represents the proceeds of a crime. Property that is often forfeited includes: Contraband;Money or other [...]

By |2021-06-08T00:33:07+00:00March 7th, 2019|Forfeitures|Comments Off on Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Forfeitures

Forfeiture Under Washington and Federal Law

A “forfeiture” is where a state or federal governmental agency seizes and retains property under criminal or civil laws. The property that is seized is property the agency believes has either been used in the commission of a crime or represents the proceeds of a crime. Property that is often forfeited includes: Contraband;Money or other [...]

By |2021-06-08T00:33:13+00:00March 7th, 2019|Forfeitures|Comments Off on Forfeiture Under Washington and Federal Law

WASHINGTON STATE AND FEDERAL FORFEITURE LAWS

Our criminal defense lawyers work hard to fight forfeiture cases. These cases include: Washington Civil Forfeiture Cases; Federal Civil Forfeiture Cases; and, Federal Criminal Forfeiture Cases. The laws within each type of case differ so it’s important to take a look at each one in detail. Please also note that if you’re facing a forfeiture [...]

By |2021-06-08T00:35:07+00:00February 28th, 2018|Forfeitures|Comments Off on WASHINGTON STATE AND FEDERAL FORFEITURE LAWS
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