A new group is taking on civil asset forfeiture, the practice by which police agencies seize property even before a person has been found guilty of a crime. Click here to see WRAL Investigates January 2015 report on civil asset forfeiture.
Suffolk County prosecutors accepted "bonuses" paid out of civil asset forfeiture proceeds: Bonus recipients included deputy chief homicide prosecutor Robert…Continue Reading
The Government uses Civil Asset Forfeiture to confiscate property in cases involving suspected wrong-doing through the civil, not criminal, process.…Continue Reading
When Every Defendant is a Nail... every solution is a harsh prison sentence. It's good to see that criminal justice…Continue Reading