Judge orders seized money returned to...

Judge orders seized money returned to Nashvillian

There are 10 comments on the The Leaf Chronicle story from May 7, 2009, titled Judge orders seized money returned to Nashvillian. In it, The Leaf Chronicle reports that:

A judge in Humboldt has ordered about $15,000 seized from a Nashville woman by a Henry County Sheriff's Department deputy be returned to her.

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paris is a great place

United States

#1 May 22, 2009
lots of honest officers
doug

Angola

#2 May 23, 2009
I surprised he the judge didn't keep it
paris is a great place

Chandler, TX

#3 May 23, 2009
doug wrote:
I surprised he the judge didn't keep it
me to
fred

Indonesia

#4 May 30, 2009
I think I would of kept it
susie

Powder Springs, GA

#5 Jul 14, 2009
I seen a report on tv about countys that do this.You can be stopped for anything and searched.You can have as little as a few hundred dollars to thousands.They can take your money, saying you might have obtained it illegally.You are not arrested and sent on your way.(without your money ofcourse)Some people have fought this, others let it go.It is terrible they can do this but not even ask a mexican if they are here legally. Go figure!!
Jamie brown

United States

#6 Apr 21, 2014
I'm calling the cops.
Not the 1st time

Paris, TN

#7 Apr 25, 2014
One of our local Deputies was sued in federal court a few years ago for seizing money while working for the 24th DTF. If I remember correctly he was ordered to pay about $40,000.
Not the 1st time

Paris, TN

#8 Apr 25, 2014
$40,00, my mistake. Here is the final judgement;

Plaintiffs,
v.
RICKY L. WADE,
Defendant.

No. 1:08-cv-01230
JUDGE BREEN
JURY DEMAND

NOTICE OF SATISFACTION OF JUDGMENT AND RESOLUTION
Counsel for Plaintiffs and counsel for Defendant would advise this Court that
this case is now fully resolved and would report to the Court that the parties have fully
and finally resolved all issues and matters in this case, that neither party has
appealed, that Defendant has satisfied the judgment for compensatory damages
entered by this Court on May 19, 2010, and Defendant has also paid all attorneys' fees
and costs. The $75,000 compensatory damage award and the $102,100.00 settlement
of attorneys' fees and discretionary costs, for a total of $177,100.00, have been satisfied
in full and all other claims arising from or related to this action, including claims for
interest on the judgments and/or for additional attorneys' fees and expenses have been
resolved.
Accordingly, counsel for Plaintiffs and Defendant, separately or jointly,
withdraw the all pending Motions remaining in this matter, namely:
a. Plaintiffs' Motion and Application for Attorney's Fees as Part of Costs,
Docket Entry 102, filed June 2, 2010;
rathernotsay

Nashville, TN

#9 Apr 30, 2014
$40,00,???? Looks like $177,100.
Buchanan resident

Paris, TN

#10 Apr 30, 2014
But we still spent $19,000 on an ATV for the sheriff to patrol roadways for golf cart violators! LOL I guess that's so if they take off in hot pursuit they can catch those bad guys in golf carts.

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