Jamaica, NY asked in White Collar Crime for New York

Q: I got a confirmation number to pick my property up, does that mean the investigation is over?

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Aubrey Claudius Galloway

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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Scarsdale, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: Unless you signed a consent order then no, someone is trying to steal your property. Any sort of matters that either needs to be a trial/hearing or a formal settlement before a judgement can be issued allowing them to get something called a "property execution" for the Marshall to take your stuff.

Trust me though, these are the sort of cases where confidentiality is key...I wouldn't post anything else about this on the Internet and I would just start calling different competent in this area of law. Find one that is knowledgeable and affordable and hire him/her bc something is fishy.

Please feel free to contact our office at +1 (914) 912-1555 or my cell at +1 (914) 364-6327 and I'll be happy to give you some free advice and potentially arrange an intake.

Aubrey

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