Federal asset forfeiture: law enforcement's guide to preparing a case for judicial forfeiture
Charles W. Larson, Martin J. McLaughlin, Steven M. Badger, United States. Attorney (Iowa : Northern District). Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee
U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of the U.S. Attorneys, Northern District of Iowa, Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee, 1989 - Law - 18 pages
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