Dornan, Troia, Howard, Breitkreutz & Conway PC LLO
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Law enforcement officers are profiling people and vehicles to combat drug activity.  When they stumble upon cash or other  liquid or useful assets and they believe that they are linked to drug activity, they seize it.  They make you do all the work to get it back.  The court will require a nexus between the seized property and drug activity if a timely challenge is raised by the owner. The attorneys at Dornan, Troia, Howard, Breitkruetz & Conway PC LLO have the experience needed to successfully challenge the government.  In some cases establishing that the search was illegal is all that is needed to secure the return of the money and property.  In other cases your attorney might have to prepare a paper trail or explanation establishing the legitimacy of the money and property. Our office has successfully challenged the government and returned hundreds of thousands of dollars, vehicles and at least one residence to our clients.  The following is a list of property that Jason Troia has been able to return to his clients : December 5, 2013 $29,000 in U.S. currency seized following a traffic stop on I-80. September 13, 2011 $132,700 in U.S. currency seized following a traffic stop on I-80. October 17, 2011 $14,477 in U.S. currency seized following a search of a residence. July 18, 2011 2004 Dodge Ram truck seized following a traffic stop. October 5, 2009 $104,160 in U.S. currency seized following a search of a residence. July 29, 2009 $11,600 in U.S. currency seized following a search of a residence. October 6, 2008 1.8 million dollar residence seized following a fraud investigation. February 5, 2008 $20,000 in U.S. currency seized following a traffic stop on I-80. November 14, 2005 $15,000 in U.S. currency seized after it was posted as bond money.
Dornan, Troia, Howard, Breitkreutz & Conway PC LLO
Home/About Us Home/About Us Contact Form Contact Form Press & Media Press & Media Attorneys Attorneys Practice Areas Practice Areas Site Map Site Map Email Directory Email Directory Info Info Links Links Make Payment Make Payment FORFEITURE OF SEIZED PROPERTY
Law enforcement officers are profiling people and vehicles to combat drug activity.  When they stumble upon cash or other  liquid or useful assets and they believe that they are linked to drug activity, they seize it.  They make you do all the work to get it back.  The court will require a nexus between the seized property and drug activity if a timely challenge is raised by the owner. The attorneys at Dornan, Troia, Howard, Breitkruetz & Conway PC LLO have the experience needed to successfully challenge the government.  In some cases establishing that the search was illegal is all that is needed to secure the return of the money and property.  In other cases your attorney might have to prepare a paper trail or explanation establishing the legitimacy of the money and property. Our office has successfully challenged the government and returned hundreds of thousands of dollars, vehicles and at least one residence to our clients.  The following is a list of property that Jason Troia has been able to return to his clients : December 5, 2013 $29,000 in U.S. currency seized following a traffic stop on I-80. September 13, 2011 $132,700 in U.S. currency seized following a traffic stop on I-80. October 17, 2011 $14,477 in U.S. currency seized following a search of a residence. July 18, 2011 2004 Dodge Ram truck seized following a traffic stop. October 5, 2009 $104,160 in U.S. currency seized following a search of a residence. July 29, 2009 $11,600 in U.S. currency seized following a search of a residence. October 6, 2008 1.8 million dollar residence seized following a fraud investigation. February 5, 2008 $20,000 in U.S. currency seized following a traffic stop on I-80. November 14, 2005 $15,000 in U.S. currency seized after it was posted as bond money.
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