Rhode Island Forfeiture Lawyer
If the government has reason to believe that your money or other assets are involved in a crime or obtained using the proceeds of a crime, then they may be able to seize your belongings. This can either occur during investigations or after you have been arrested. Recovering your property can be tricky and problematic, so it is crucial that you work with an aggressive Rhode Island forfeiture attorney quickly.
In some cases, the burden of proof may even rest on you if you want to prove your property is not connected to illegal activity. Call The Law Office of Jason Knight to learn more about recovering your property. Our office is located in Providence but we serve clients across Rhode Island.
Tell us the details of your search and seizure case during a FREE evaluation.
Fighting to Get Your Property Back
We can scrutinize the search and seizure tactics used by law enforcement to challenge the constitutionality of their actions. Our team will look into whether law enforcement officials followed the proper procedures or whether they used faulty search tactics. No one is above the law, including law enforcement officials. We work hard to make sure our clients' rights are protected and that you are able to recover the property you own.
We can help you recover assets and properties such as:
- Bank accounts
Whether you are facing a criminal forfeiture or civil forfeiture, we invest the necessary time and effort to helping you prepare your case. As a reputable former prosecutor, our lead attorney is thoroughly familiar with the way law enforcement officials approach investigations, including the shortcuts that they often take to gather evidence. Fight back against the government today. We are ready to use our knowledge to your benefit.
Available 24/7 for emergency appointments. Call (401) 354-2255 or contact us online to learn more.
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