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Certain criminal offenses can result in the forfeiture of your property by law enforcement officials or the loss of your professional license. Experienced criminal attorneys can make a case for your defense to help prove your innocence. If you are under investigation for a criminal offense that may jeopardize your property or professional license, contact America's Criminal Defense Group to schedule a consultation.
Forfeiture is the loss of personal property as a consequence for breaking the law. A person's property can be forfeited to the government after he or she is convicted, but many times law enforcement officers will seize an individual's property without prior criminal prosecution. With help from a knowledgeable criminal defense attorney affiliated with America's Criminal Defense Group, you can challenge the circumstances by which your property was seized in an attempt to obtain a more favorable outcome in court. If you are found not guilty, the government may return any property that was taken unjustly.
Various criminal offenses can result in property forfeiture by the government. For example, if a person is convicted of drug trafficking, the state can take any houses or cars that were used to aid in criminal activities. Law enforcement officers also have jurisdiction to seize the property of persons engaged in organized crime and various criminal offenses related to racketeering including murder, kidnapping, extortion, arson, robbery, gambling, and prostitution. Repeat offenders may be forced to forfeit all property related to these criminal activities and may also be sentenced to fines and time in prison.
Our experienced criminal defense law firm is knowledgeable in all areas of criminal law, including forfeiture cases, and can help protect your assets and your freedom. Contact America's Criminal Defense Group today to speak with a skilled attorney.
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When people with professional licenses are convicted of certain crimes, they may lose their licensure as part of their legal punishment. After working for so many years to obtain a professional license in the medical, nursing, psychiatric, real estate, engineering, veterinary, or other specialized field, losing the authorization to practice one's specialty can be devastating. The criminal lawyers affiliated with America's Criminal Defense Group can help protect your professional license if you are under investigation for a criminal offense. These cases are normally very time sensitive, so don't hesitate to schedule a consultation with one of our criminal defense attorneys.
Professional licensure cases begin when the licensing agency receives a complaint from a client, patient, former employee, or other source close to the professional. Even if the accusations do not seem credible or serious, consulting an attorney before the investigation begins is crucial. Criminal lawyers may be able to craft a proposal to tackle the alleged wrongdoing and resolve the case without the need to file a formal accusation. With the aid of our criminal defense law firm, you may be able to protect your professional license. Even after a formal accusation is filed or a conviction has been issued, we can petition to reinstate your revoked professional license and help piece your life back together.
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The criminal lawyers affiliated with America's Criminal Defense Group are available to help you with forfeiture and professional licensure cases. These issues are serious and time sensitive, so having an experienced criminal attorney working for your defense can make a huge difference in the outcome of your case. Contact America's Criminal Defense Group today. We are familiar with the laws in many states including: California, Florida, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Nebraska, North Carolina, Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, and Washington, D.C.
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If you have had your property seized or your professional license revoked, contact our criminal defense law firm. At America's Criminal Defense Group, we will defend your rights.