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Assets Forfeiture Fund and Seized Asset Deposit Fund: Annual Financial Statements Fiscal Year 2012 By U.S. Department of Justice
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This audit report contains the Annual Financial Statements of the Assets Forfeiture Fund and Seized Asset Deposit Fund (AFF/SADF) for the fiscal years (FY) ended September 30, 2012, and September 30,... More > 2011. Under the direction of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), KPMG LLP performed the AFF/SADF’s audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. The audit resulted in an unqualified opinion on the FY 2012 financial statements. An unqualified opinion means that the financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position and the results of the entity’s operations in conformity with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. For FY 2011, the AFF/SADF also received an unqualified opinion on its financial statements (OIG Report No. 12-12).< Less
Federal Forfeiture Practice Manual: Version 3.0 By Montgomery Blair Sibley Esq.
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The Federal Forfeiture Practice Manual begins with the historical antecedents to today's multi-billion dollar federal forfeiture cash-machine, and then takes counsel from the role as first-responder... More > to a forfeiture seizure in process, through the post-seizure issues of preserving the value of the property, to protecting the client from self-incrimination, expediting settlement, the administrative remedies, removal to federal court, pre-trial discovery and practice through the trial and charge to the jury. Additionally, over 150 pages of forms used in Federal Forfeiture Practice are included. Simply stated, if it is not in this book, it is not in Federal Forfeiture practice. The author Montgomery Blair Sibley's practice has been largely limited the last twenty years to contraband forfeiture cases initiated by federal and state agencies.< Less
Financial Investigations Guide By U.S. Department of Justice, Gerald E. McDowell
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Convicting and incarcerating leaders of criminal enterprises often fails to close down the illegal operation. The enterprise continues because the economic infrastructure remains intact. Destruction... More > of the financial underpinnings of crime syndicates through asset forfeiture is essential to law enforcement success. All criminal prosecutors and investigators must master the basics of financial investigations if they are to be effective. This pamphlet is designed to acquaint prosecutors and agents with basic financial investigative techniques that should be considered in every investigation. It is not enough to ask only: “What crime?” and “What defendants?” There is a third question that must be asked at the beginning of each case: “What assets?” A careful financial investigation can lead from the street dealer to the kingpins.< Less
Financial Crimes Report To The Public (Fiscal Years 2010 – 2011) By Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Department of Justice
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Overview and Priorities: The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigates matters relating to fraud, theft, or embezzlement occurring within or against the national and international financial... More > community. These crimes are characterized by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust and are not dependent upon the application or threat of physical force or violence. Such acts are committed by individuals and organizations to obtain personal or business advantage. The FBI focuses its financial crimes investigations on such criminal activities as corporate fraud, securities and commodities fraud, health care fraud, financial institution fraud, mortgage fraud, insurance fraud, mass marketing fraud, and money laundering. These are the identified priority crime problem areas of the Financial Crimes Section (FCS) of the FBI. Mission: The mission of the FCS is to oversee the investigation of financial fraud and to facilitate the forfeiture of assets from those engaging in federal crimes.< Less