Asset Forfeiture

In a federal criminal case, federal prosecutors often bring a separate asset forfeiture proceeding in which the government tries to take your property such as your cash, bank account balance, vehicles, computers or your home on the basis that the property was allegedly connected to criminal activity. Asset forfeitures are another reason why it is so important to seek legal representation from an attorney with federal criminal defense experience when you are facing federal criminal charges.

The federal government is increasingly relying on asset forfeitures because many criminal defense attorneys treat asset forfeitures as secondary to the related criminal charges and fail to contest the forfeiture. At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., we are committed to defending and protecting our clients' rights, liberty and property. Accordingly, in addition to preparing a strong defense to any criminal charges, we provide effective representation in asset forfeiture matters.

Atlanta Asset Forfeiture Attorneys

Our Atlanta asset forfeiture attorneys understand the relationship between the asset forfeiture case and the related criminal case. We have extensive experience in federal criminal defense and in challenging federal asset forfeitures. Depending on the facts of your case, we may be able to protect your property from seizure or to arrange for the return of seized property. You may not have known that the property was used in connection with criminal activity or it may not have been connected to any criminal activity at all.

With more than 20 years of experience defending the rights of those accused of serious criminal charges, you can depend on the attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., to explore every alternative for protecting your property from seizure. If you, your family or your business is the subject of an asset forfeiture proceeding, call today to arrange for an informative consultation with an experienced asset forfeiture attorney. Don't delay — there are time limits for claiming an interest in the property and you could lose your opportunity to contest the forfeiture.