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Criminal Assets Confiscation is a highly specialised field of law. There are sections within the Criminal Assets Confiscation Act 2006 that require people with an interest in property seized to do certain things. If they fail to do those things within the time limits set, they will lose their interest in the property. You need a lawyer to guide you through this complex area of law.

It is also strongly advisable that you use a Lawyer who also specialises in Criminal Law so that your criminal law case is not prejudiced by a civil lawyer who may disclose material to the DPP.

Casey Isaacs is a partner at Caldicott lawyers who specialises in Criminal Assets Confiscation and Criminal Law matters. He has had 17 years’ experience in these matters and is recognised by other lawyers as a leading lawyer in this field of law. If you would like to speak with Casey confidentially contact him on (08) 8120 3778 or after hours on 0412 816 575 or by email at [email protected].

About the Author

Casey Isaacs is a specialist in Criminal Assets Confiscation matters and appears in the Magistrates and District Court in Adelaide and each of the circuit courts (Mount Gambier, Berri, Port Pirie, Whyalla, Port Augusta, and Port Lincoln) more than any other lawyer in South Australia. He is a senior criminal lawyer and a Partner at Caldicott Lawyers. He regularly teaches other lawyers about the Criminal Assets Confiscation law and many lawyers refer asset confiscation matters to him. Don’t let his youthful looks deceive you Casey has been specialising in Criminal law and Criminal Assets Confiscation matters for 17 years.

Casey can be contacted on (08) 8120 3778 or after hours on 0412 816 575 or by email at [email protected].

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