United States v. Surgent

Posted by Asset Forfeiture Attorney Steven Kessler.

United States v. Surgent, 2009 WL 2525137 (E.D.N.Y. Aug. 17, 2009).

In a ground-breaking 57-page opinion, District Judge John Gleeson brilliantly reasoned through first impression issues of the legitimacy of so-called ‘money judgment forfeitures’ and the government’s burden of proof in criminal forfeiture ancillary proceedings under Rule 32.2 of Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and 21 U.S.C. § 853(n).

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