Civil and Criminal Forfeiture

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Police agencies around the state have developed policies regarding seizure and forfeiture of assets belonging to patients and caregivers they find in technical violation of the MMMA. Many times, the prosecutor’s office will not bring criminal charges, and instead penalize the patient or caregiver through forfeiture of their property.

In addition, Michigan’s civil forfeiture laws are ripe for law enforcement and court abuses, leaving those whose property has been seized for civil forfeiture with few good options.

Komorn Law can assert your protections under the medical marijuana act or other statutes and demand the return of your property.

Contact us for a case evaluation at 800-656-3557