Asset Forfeiture (Prosecutor Edition) - LaFayette, Georgia

Start Time/Date: 9:00 AM Friday, December 13, 2019
End Time/Date: 12:30 PM Friday, December 13, 2019
ADDRESS: Bank of LaFayette Community Center, The Executive Room
101 Withers Street East
CITY: LaFayette , Ga 30512

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The Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia invites law enforcement and prosecutors to attend the Asset Forfeiture Training being held at the Bank of LaFayette Community Center on December 13, 2019. 

Asset Forfeiture Training
Friday, December 13, 2019 from 9AM - 12:30PM
Bank of LaFayette Community Center
101 Withers Street East, Georgia  
 

The Community Center is located at 104 North Main Street, LaFayette, Georgia, within one block on the north side of the square but the parking and entrance are to the side and rear of the building - so turn east on Withers Street to access the parking in the rear of the building.

CLE & POST
You will earn 3 CLE hours or 3 POST hours. If you are requesting CLE hours, there will be a charge. The amount is listed on the CLE form. Please submit the CLE form and a check to PAC. We will provide every attendee a CLE or POST form. 
 

Nuts and Bolts of Asset Forfeiture
On April 2, 2015, the General Assembly passed HB 233, the Uniform Civil Forfeiture Procedure Act, which not only will apply to Drug Forfeiture, but forfeitures of any kind, including RICO and Gambling. The Bill provides many changes in the manner in which assets are to be seized and forfeited. It also provides many changes in which forfeited assets are to be distributed, used and reported on an annual basis. This class is designed to teach this new procedure which will become effective on July 1, 2015 and applies to all seizures occurring on that date or thereafter. 

Topics specifically covered during this training include: 

  • The Purposes of Asset Forfeiture
  • What can and can't be Seized
  • The Procedures Required to Pursue Asset Forfeiture
  • The Distribution of Forfeited Assets
  • The Lawful Purposes to which Forfeited Assets may be used
  • The Reporting Requirements for Law Enforcement and District Attorneys