Keep up with forfeiture law with the Guide’s fact-heavy summaries and analysis of federal forfeiture cases–all circuit court and Supreme Court decisions and leading district court 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. Digital Newsletters with Concise, Fact-Oriented Case Summaries
You will receive access to the new site FederalForfeitureGuide.com, which contains monthly digital newsletters 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.
Each newsletter is posted on FederalForfeitureGuide.com as a PDF download immediately after production, so you promptly receive summaries of the very latest cases.
2. Searchable Online Case Database
FederalForfeitureGuides.com also contains a searchable database of more than 1,500 case summaries. Digested for you is every issue of every circuit court and Supreme Court forfeiture decision published since 1989, along with leading district court forfeiture case decisions published during that same time period.
3. eBook with Case Summaries since 1989
You will also receive a case digest ebook that summarizes every federal appellate forfeiture case published since 1989. This comprehensive volume is updated annually and made available 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.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Eric Honig prosecuted asset forfeitures for six years for the U.S. Department of Justice, and has since spent the past 22 years as an asset forfeiture defense attorney, recovering money, homes and personal property seized from owners by the DEA, FBI, ICE, IRS and other federal law enforcement agencies.
Clare K. Nuechterlein is currently a Distinguished Practitioner Emerita of Law at Valparaiso University School of Law. She previously served as the City Attorney, City of Goshen, IN 1980 – 1983; Attorney Advisor, United States Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, Washington, D.C. 1986-1989 (detailed to Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights); and Assistant United States Attorney, United States Department of Justice, United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of California/Sacramento 1989-2000.