Possible Criminal Forfeiture Provision:

Part: 
Four
Chapter: 
10
  1. A person who is convicted of an offense under section 1461, 1462, 1463, 1464, or 1465 of this title shall forfeit to the United States such person's interest in
    1. any property constituting, or derived from, gross profits or other proceeds obtained from such offense; and
    2. any property used, or intended to be used, to commit such offense.
  2. In any action under this section, the court may enter such restraining orders or take other appropriate action (including acceptance of performance bonds) in connection with any interest that is subject to forfeiture.

     

  3. The court shall order the forfeiture of property referred to in subsection 
    1. if the trier of fact determines, beyond a reasonable doubt, that such property is subject to forfeiture.
  4. (d) (1) Except as provided in paragraph (3) of this subsection, the customs laws relating to disposition of seized or forfeiture property shall apply to property under this section, if such laws are not inconsistent with this section.

     

    (2)In any disposition of property under this section, a convicted person shall not be permitted to acquire property forfeited by such person.

    (3) The duties of the Secretary of the Treasury with respect to dispositions of property shall be per formed under paragraph (1) of this subsection by the Attorney General, unless such duties arise from forfeitures effected under the customs laws.