Property can be seized if it is found to be in connection with an alleged criminal activity. If the Crown can prove that the property is “sufficiently associated with criminality that it should be forfeited”, your property could be forfeit to the government. This could include any money made from illegal activities and property purchased with such money. Property is frequently seized in conjunction with drug trafficking and white collar crime offences.
If you want a good chance at getting your seized goods back, call Rishi Gill at 604.899.1436. Your initial consultation with Rishi is no charge and includes a review of your case, possible defences and courses of action. When you call, you will speak to Rishi Gill directly (not a paralegal or assistant), so you can be assured that the counsel you receive will be timely and discrete.