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  • Twenty-one federal civil forfeiture cases involving assets taken from Oregon Medical Marijuana Program participants have been filed since Aug. 5, 2011, in U.S. District Court in Portland. The cases are all filed "in rem," meaning against the property or cash, rather than against a person.United States of America v. $79,980Uni...
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  • Twenty-one federal civil forfeiture cases involving assets taken from Oregon Medical Marijuana Program participants have been filed since Aug. 5, 2011, in U.S. District Court in Portland. The cases are all filed "in rem," meaning against the property or cash, rather than against a person.United States of America v. $79,980United States of America v. $9,909United States of America v. $6,400United States of America v. $120,420 and Assorted Coins and JewelryUnited States of America v. Assorted Precious MetalsUnited States of America v. One 2005 Honda 450R ATVUnited States of America v. $2,542United States of America v. 90620 Lampa Lane, Myrtle Point, Oregon 97548United States of America v. $14,730United States of America v. $13,191United States of America v. $17,980United States of America v. $6,600United States of America v. $29,920United States of America v. $8,600United States of America v. 11385 E. Evans Creek Road, Rogue River, Jackson County, OregonUnited States of America v. 63450 Shinglehouse Road, Coos Bay, Coos County, OregonUnited States of America v. 700 Upper Applegate Road, Jacksonville, Jackson County, OregonUnited States of America v. 746 Upper Applegate Road, Jacksonville, Jackson County, OregonUnited States of America v. 63055 Coal Creek Road, Coos Bay, Coos County, OregonUnited States of America v. 19740 State Highway 42, Camas Valley, Douglas County, OregonUnited States of America v. 62326 Olive Barber Road, Coos Bay, Coos County, Oregon
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