United States of America v. Smith & Wesson, Model SW40VE, 40 Caliber Pistol, SN-DVS2739, 24 Rounds of Ammunition, and 2 Magazines

Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: Smith & Wesson, Model SW40VE, 40 Caliber Pistol, SN-DVS2739, 24 Rounds of Ammunition, and 2 Magazines
Case Number: 3:2013cv00152
Filed: March 11, 2013
Court: Louisiana Middle District Court
Office: Baton Rouge Office
Presiding Judge: Brian A. Jackson
Referring Judge: Stephen C. Riedlinger
Nature of Suit: Drug Related Seizure of Property
Cause of Action: 21:841 Forfeiture Property-Drugs
Jury Demanded By: None

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