United States of America v. 40 Acres of Real Property, More or Less
||United States of America
||40 Acres of Real Property, More or Less
||February 25, 2008
||Alabama Southern District Court
||William E. Cassady
||William H. Steele
|Nature of Suit:
||Drug Related Seizure of Property
|Cause of Action:
||21:881 Forfeiture Property-Drugs
|Jury Demanded By:
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|June 26, 2009
AMENDED Order entered. The 52 Order entered on 6/24/09 is vacated & replaced with this order, which makes revisions in Section IV to clarify the burden of proof borne by the Government. In all other respects, this Amended Order is identical to the June 24 Order as further set out. Signed by Judge William H. Steele on 6/26/09. (tgw)
|June 25, 2009
(VACATED & REPLACED WITH ORDER, DOC. 54) Order granting 41 Motion to Strike / Motion for Summary Judgment in its entirety. The Verified Claim (doc. 19) brought by claimants Clyde Young, Jr., William Thomas Young and Morris E. Young is stric ken for lack off statutory and Article III standing, pursuant to Supplemental Rule G(8)(c)(i)(A)&(B). The Verified Claim (doc. 20) brought by claimants Timothy Ryan Brazell and Becky Diane Brazell is stricken for lack of Article III standing, pursuan t to Supplemental Rule G(8)(c)(i)(B). The 40 acres of real property of Norman Young and Tammy Young in Mobile County, Alabama, is ordered to be forfeited to the plaintiff, the United States of America. Signed by Judge William H. Steele on 6/24/09. (mbp)
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