Asset Forfeiture.The American Bar Association American Bar Association (ABA), voluntary organization of lawyers admitted to the bar of any state. Founded (1878) largely through the efforts of the Connecticut Bar Association, it is devoted to improving the administration of justice, seeking uniformity of law (Chicago, IL) has published Asset Forfeiture Asset forfeiture is a term used to describe the confiscation of assets, by the State, which are either (a) the proceeds of crime or (b) the instrumentalities of crime. Instrumentalities of crime are property that was used to facilitate crime, for example cars used to transport : Practice and Procedure in State and Federal Courts, a paperbound pa·per·bound
Bound in paper; paperback. book that is a guide to common legal issues involved with asset forfeiture and is targeted to both defense attorneys and prosecutors. Content includes: summaries, including state-by-state charts, of state and federal asset forfeiture procedures; strategies for law and motion and civil discovery practice relating to forfeiture actions; discussion of the differences among state and federal procedures with information of distribution formulas for all states; and, a commentary on ethical issues and ethical codes. The new book costs $95.
Publisher/Editor: John Kenney
Patricia Glynn, Jean O'Brien
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