United States of America v. Thirty Three Thousand Two Hundred Seventy Nine ($33,279) Dollars in United States Currency et al
||United States of America
||Thirty Three Thousand Two Hundred Seventy Nine ($33,279) Dollars in United States Currency and Miscellaneous Custom-Made Gold Jewelry
||April 20, 2009
||US District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
||Charles S. Coody
||Myron H. Thompson
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||18 U.S.C. § 0981 Civil forfeiture
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|February 22, 2011
DECREE OF FORFEITURE; it is hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that: 1) The 56 Motion for Decree of Forfeiture is GRANTED pursuant to the Stipulation of Final Settlement and Release of All Claims; 2) The United States Secret Service release Ten T housand ($10,000.00) Dollars to Claimant Narendrakumar Patel through his attorney of record, Jeffery C. Duffey (600 South McDonough Street, Montgomery, Alabama 36104); 3) The following property is forfeited to the United States, to be disposed o f according to law, and no right, title or interest in the property shall exist in any other party: Twenty Three Thousand Two Hundred Seventy Nine ($23,279) Dollars in United States currency; Miscellaneous custom-made gold jewelry; and, $24 6,017.03 from BankTrust account number xxxxxx1548 in the name of BankTrust Falguni, Inc. Reserve for Loss Account; 4) The parties shall bear their own costs. These cases are closed. Signed by Honorable Myron H. Thompson on 2/22/2011. (furn: Calendar, ag)(term: PTC for 06/16/2011; Non-Jury Trial for 07/11/2011) (Attachments: # 1 Civil Appeals Checklist) (wcl, )
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