How to Stay on Top of Federal Forfeiture Cases
To keep up with the flood of forfeiture law cases, you need a service that can provide you with timely, quality information in an easy-to-use format. With its three-part service, Federal Forfeiture Guide delivers on all fronts:
1. Newsletters with Concise, Fact-Oriented Case Summaries
Each month you will receive a monthly newsletter summarizing recent federal forfeiture cases — all circuit court decisions and leading district court cases. The cases are organized by topic and by circuit. Each summary begins with a one-sentence bold-faced statement of the holding, and is followed by a succinct summary of the facts of the case. At one substantial paragraph each, the summaries are long enough so you can determine their relevance, but short enough to save substantial reading time.
2. Book with Case Summaries since 1989
With your first newsletter you will receive a soft-bound case digest numbering over 700 pages that summarizes every federal appellate forfeiture case published since 1989. This comprehensive volume, which includes more than 1,100 cases, is updated annually and sent to you at no additional cost. The cases are organized under a framework designed by the authors themselves, not by in-house editors lacking in recent practice experience.
3. Quarterly Cumulative Index
Every three months you will receive a cumulative index covering all of the cases published since the latest digest book. This easy-to-use index will speed your research while guaranteeing that you are finding the latest decisions. In addition, you will receive a three-ring binder to store your cumulative index and recent issues of the newsletter. Together with your bound case digest, the cumulative index and newsletters provide a comprehensive forfeiture research system.