Professional familiar with investigation techniques for civil, criminal and transactional cases. Employs excellent research skills in a diverse range of legal research databases.
Selected to provide district assistance and to support multiple national, complex projects based on my knowledge in interpreting asset forfeiture policies and procedures, recommending procedural changes according to forfeiture laws and regulations, providing technical advice on seizure and forfeiture cases, and reconciling case files. Chosen as an instructor for the two-week, twelve module, U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) Business of Forfeiture training course. Close monitoring and communication with federal prosecutors and victims was required to ensure that victims were fully compensated. Coordination with multiple districts and HQ's was also required. subject-matter expert in asset forfeiture by investigative agencies (FBI, DEA, ATF, USPIS, ICE), U.S. Attorney's Office, and USMS colleagues. Promoted three times during my employment with the USMS.
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