Some States Are Pursuing Civil Forfeiture Reforms

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As proceeds from civil forfeiture have swelled, so has the controversy surrounding the practice. A number of states are considering changes, from creating tracking systems that promote transparency to effectively banning forfeitures without a criminal conviction, Stateline reports. In many states, police need only to establish probable cause in order to seize property . . .

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