Forfeiture cases generally arise when the Government confiscates or takes a person’s property with the intent to keep that property, claiming that it was the product of criminal activity. Forfeiture law, while separate from substantive criminal law, often goes hand-in-hand with a criminal case.
The Government may even try to take property not directly related to the actual crime. There are strict rules that must be followed in forfeiture cases. Ignoring these rules could result in the loss of the property. For over thirty (30) years, Mr. Neff has successfully represented defendants in forfeiture cases.
If you believe that you are under investigation, have been subpoenaed before a grand jury or arrested and charged with a crime, contact Neff & Sedacca, PC for a confidential consultation by phone at (215) 563-9800 or email at info@NeffSedacca.com.