Have you had cash seized in the following ways?
- Cash seized when entering or leaving the UK at an airport or port.
- Cash seized from premises or a vehicle searched in respect of the investigation of a criminal offence (the cash might belong to the person under investigation or it might not. For example, it might belong to a family member or employer).
- Cash seized from an individual who has been arrested for a criminal offence.
We’ve got a great track record and have helped many clients prove the legitimacy of their assets in the Magistrates’ Court. The sooner we’re involved, the more we can do to investigate and protect your interests. So don’t delay.
- Advise and represent you regarding your rights after cash has been seized.
- Provide quality representation to oppose applications for the detention of cash at a Magistrates’ Court.
- Advise you on the preparation of evidence in proceedings for cash detention or forfeiture.
- Provide advice and representation in applications for the return of seized cash.
- Advise and represent you in proceedings for the forfeiture of cash.
We’re dedicated, determined and have extensive knowledge of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 so get in touch now.