The question remains: Can cops still take your stuff even if you haven’t been convicted of a crime? What if it doesn’t constitute an excessive fine?
Criminal Justice Reform expert Vikrant Reddy joins Federalist Radio Hour to discuss how to improve our justice system and cops in our communities.
If President Trump wishes to keep his promises to help low-income Americans escape poverty, he should instruct his administration to jettison, rather than expand, non-criminal asset forfeiture.
Liberals upset by Jeff Session’s support of the civil asset forfeiture program should have spoken up when Eric Holder massively expanded it.
The Trump administration came into office promising to respect states and drain the swamp. This decision does neither.
Possible allies and popular issues are always potential targets of Trump’s shoot-from-the-hip style.
Despite racial disagreement on the way police interact with their communities, no demographic is ‘anti-cop’—and a majority agrees on needed reforms.
An executive that does not need to ask the legislature for funds is one that does not need to ask the people for permission or respond to their concerns. Self-funding is self-rule.
Ben Speaks With Melissa Quinn of The Daily Signal About The Dangerous Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture Laws.
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