“If the government wants your money or property, it needs to prove its case.”
The government is not supposed to seize assets without having probable cause to link them to a crime. So, when the government seizes private assets, it has the burden to prove its case. There are ways to attack the government’s case and get your money and property back. The challenge is to understand and navigate the process, which can be lengthy and technical. With an experienced asset forfeiture attorney, you can almost always get some or all of your assets back.
Mr. Almadani understands the nuances of civil, criminal, and administrative asset forfeiture. While at the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Mr. Almadani handled a myriad of asset forfeiture issues and tried cases involving significant sums of money. He is able to quickly identify weaknesses in the government’s case and use them to his clients’ advantage. Mr. Almadani knows who to call and what to say to ensure your property rights are protected. The earlier you can get Mr. Almadani involved, the better your resolution is likely to be.
We have experience handling all types of asset forfeiture matters, including cases involving: