Court gives British Columbia man chance to prove seized $1 mn is his
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Troopers summoned a drug-sniffing dog but found no contraband in the vehicle.
Federal prosecutors filed documents in January 2009 seeking to keep the cash. They asserted, based on the troopers' impressions, that Simard must have been involved in the drug trade.
"They don't have any evidence of that. None,'' Roberts said in response to the alleged drug connection. "The only thing they have is money in a car.''
A spokeswoman for U.S. Attorney Daniel Bogden didn't immediately say Tuesday whether prosecutors will continue to seek the money. No court hearing was scheduled.
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