Today’s “Asset Search News Roundup” discusses my next speaking engagement and asset forfeiture:

  • At the New York County Lawyers’ Association, 14 Vesey Street, New York City, on May 25, 2010, I will present “Ethically Accessing Financial Intelligence From Warsaw To Wilmington, In Criminal & Civil Cases”.  It examines the financial fraud investigations of Ponzi schemer Trevor Cook, Former Premier Michael Misick of the Turks & Caicos Islands and some others. A complete description of the program / registration information is available here.
  • A May 13, 2010 article in The Saint Paul Legal Ledger – Capitol Report mentions that Representative Tina Liebling of the Minnesota House of Representatives seeks change in state asset forfeiture laws.  According to the May 13th article, Representative Liebling favors asset seizure during a police investigation, but opposes asset forfeiture absent a criminal conviction.
  • My post “Seizing Assets In A Suspected Racial Profiling Scheme?“, explained that the plaintiffs in James Morrow et. al. v. City of Tenaha Deputy City Marshal Barry Washington et. al., claimed they had been subjected to improper seizures or forfeitures.  This past February 19th, the Court permitted the Morrow plaintiffs to file their third amended complaint, as revealed by the Morrow docket report.

(Click On The Docket Report To Access It)

Copyright 2010 Fred L. Abrams