USA v. $209,390.00 in United States Currency

Filing 18

ORDER granting 13 Motion for Extension of Claims Deadline as to Joel Salazar Alarcon: As fully described in the attached Order, the Court hereby GRANTS the USA's motion to extend the deadline for Joel Salazar Alarcon to file a verified claim. (The claim must be filed by the deadline specified in the Amended Direct Notice of Forfeiture.)Signed by Judge Michael J. Reagan on 9/15/10. (soh )

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-CJP USA v. $209,000.00 in United States Currency Doc. 18 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT F OR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, PLAINTIFF, v. $209, 000. 00 IN U.S. CURRENCY, DEF ENDANT. : : : : : : : : : Case No. 09-cv-0545-MJR MEMORANDUM and ORDER REAGAN, District Judge: For good cause shown, the Court hereby GRANTS the United States of America's Motion to Extend Claims Deadline, With Limitations, for Joel Salazar Alarcon (Doc. 13). The United States shall serve a copy of the amended complaint, a copy of this Order, and an Amended Direct Notice of Forfeiture pursuant to Rule G(4)(b) of the Supplemental Rules for Admiralty Claims and Asset Forfeiture Actions on Joel Salazar Alarcon, unless Joel Salazar Alarcon consents in writing to the waiver of said notice. Alarcon is GRANTED LEAVE to file a verified claim, if he wishes to do so, within the time specified by the Amended Direct Notice of Forfeiture. Alarcon shall state within his verified claim specifically when and how he first obtained actual knowledge of this forfeiture action. The United States shall retain the right to assert any and all defenses to the claim, including, if appropriate, that the claim was not timely-filed after Alarcon first obtained actual knowledge of the forfeiture action. IT IS SO ORDERED. DATED September 15, 2010. s/ Michael J. Reagan MICHAEL J. REAGAN United States District Court Judge

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