Asset Forfeiture: What To Do When Police Seize Your Property (ebook)

Expanded 2nd Edition by Brenda Grantland (c) 11/1/2016
published by Forfeiture Endangers American Rights Foundation
all proceeds go to FEAR
40,023 words (121 pages in the full size pdf version) $2.99

Available in all Ebook formats, including mobi (for Kindle) and epub (for Nook, iPad, tablets, and most other e-Readers), and full size pdf (to read on your computer if you don’t have an e-reader or tablet).  All proceeds from the sale of this ebook go to Forfeiture Endangers American Rights Foundation.

This e-book was written to answer the questions forfeiture victims have immediately after their property is seized, while they are looking for a forfeiture lawyer.  The first section of the book is written in a Question and Answer format. It explains in simple terms the federal forfeiture process – civil and criminal. It explains how to apply for a court-appointed forfeiture attorney (in the limited circumstances where that is available), and what to do if forced to represent yourself.

The second section of the book consists of federal civil and criminal forfeiture procedural statutes and rules. If you have a federal forfeiture case  you will need to refer to these statutes and rules often, to answer questions you have later. For that reason it is a handy guide for forfeiture lawyers to take to court for quick reference. Unfortunately it does not contain state forfeiture statutes – each state has their own and it would be impossible to include all of them.