Much Asset Forfeiture Doesn’t Help Probes, Study Finds

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The way the Drug Enforcement Administration seizes cash and other assets may pose a risk to civil liberties, the Justice Department's internal watchdog said yesterday, reports the Los Angeles Times. The DOJ inspector general determined that the agency does not measure or track how its asset seizure activities advance criminal investigations. Over the last decade, more than . . .

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