Federal Asset Seizure Total In Two Funds Tripled In 6 Years To $4.5 Billion

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Recent years have brought public scrutiny on the controversial law enforcement practice of civil asset forfeiture, which lets police seize and keep cash and property from people who are never convicted or even charged with wrongdoing. Despite a growing public outcry spurred in part by by news investigations and congressional hearings a report today from
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