Forfeiture / Penalty Cases filed in Oklahoma
Cases 61 - 70 of 215
United States of America v. $157,000 In US Currenccy
as 5:2008cv00087
Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: $157,000 In US Currenccy
Cause Of Action: Forfeiture Property - Real Estate
Dickerson v. Drug Enforcement Administration
as 5:2009cv00724
Plaintiff: Curtistine Dickerson
Defendant: Drug Enforcement Administration
Cause Of Action: Forfeiture Property-Drugs
United States of America v. 13116 Lorien Way, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Real Property et al
as 5:2016cv00814
Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: 13116 Lorien Way, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Real Property, DAG Counseling Services PLLC Payroll Account #XX8274, located at First National Bank, DAG Counseling Services PLLC Main Account #XX6820, located at First National Bank and others
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
United States of America v. One 2010 Jeep Commander Limited VIN 1J4RG5GT9AC115772
as 5:2017cv01206
Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: One 2010 Jeep Commander Limited VIN 1J4RG5GT9AC115772
Cause Of Action: Forfeiture Property-Drugs
United States of America v. 1801 N Morton Rd, Okmulgee County, OK, one parcel of real property holdings located at et al
as 6:2007cv00205
Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: 1801 N Morton Rd, Okmulgee County, OK, one parcel of real property located at, 17299 Highway 62, Morris, Okmulgee County, OK, one parcel of real property located at, 20348 Highway 52, Morris, Okmulgee County, OK, one parcel of real property located at and others
Cause Of Action: Civil Forfeiture
United States of America v. Real Property Known as 5209 Hunters Ridge Stillwater Oklahoma
as 5:2009cv01265
Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: Real Property Known as 5209 Hunters Ridge Stillwater Oklahoma
Cause Of Action: Forfeiture Property - Real Estate

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