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January 05, 2012


Mark Kantor

You wrote "Thomas agreed to give up a 2008 Victory motorcycle and a 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe as part of a forfeiture allegation in the charging documents."

This statement is not yet correct.

A Criminal Information only details charges alleged by the prosecutor. It does not constitute an order by the court or an agreement by the defendant. The Information here does not assert that Thomas has agreed to these charges or claimed forfeitures (see Information, Forfeiture allegations, Paras 2-3 at p.3). While it is quite likely Thomas will indeed end up forfeiting this property in a forthcoming plea bargain, that has not yet occurred.


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