Early Asset Forfeiture Is Key Part Of Criminal Defense Plans

December 21, 2021 Published Works
Law360

Verrill attorney David Lazarus was recently published in Law360 for his article "Early Asset Forfeiture Is Key Part Of Criminal Defense Plans." In the article Lazarus explains "asset forfeiture is a component of almost all federal criminal prosecutions, and the law on penalties heavily favors the government. Having a financial penalties strategy early in any defense can lead to a significantly improved outcome for individuals and corporations."

Click here to read the entirety of this article on law360.com.

For any questions or more information on this topic, please contact David Lazarus.

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