United States of America v. $244,400.00 (Two Hundred Forty-Four Thousand Four Hundred Dollars in United States Currency)

Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: $244,400.00 (Two Hundred Forty-Four Thousand Four Hundred Dollars in United States Currency)
Case Number: 5:2009cv04004
Filed: January 15, 2009
Court: Iowa Northern District Court
Office: Forfeit/Penalty: Other Office
County: Woodbury
0 Judge:
Presiding Judge: Donald E O'Brien
Referring Judge: Paul A Zoss
Nature of Suit: None
Cause of Action: U.S. Government Plaintiff
Jury Demanded By: 18:981 Civil Forfeiture

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Plaintiff: United States of America
Represented By: Martin J McLaughlin
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