Forfeiture Updates

Published by Oakland County Bar Association


Jorin Rubin provides an overview of recent changes in criminal and civil forfeiture, including new amendments to Michigan law regarding drug forfeiture and recent Supreme Court decisions. Topics of discussion will include types of assets that can be forfeited; steps to forfeiture and how to file a claim of interest with an agency or police department.

Jorin Rubin, Esq.
Jorin Rubin is a graduate of the University of Michigan and St. John’s University School of Law. She began her career in New York in the United States Attorney’s Office where she worked in the civil division and represented the government in tort, social security, employment discrimination and forfeiture matters. As part of the Detroit United States Attorney’s Office Jorin prosecuted civil and criminal forfeiture actions, earning her the highest honor that can be awarded to an Assistant US...More

Originally Published

October 23, 2019

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This program contains the following components:

  • Forfeiture Updates - Presentation Video
  • Forfeiture Updates - Handout

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