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Senate Roll Call 43 on
2019 House Bill 4001: Require conviction for property forfeiture

To establish that property seized from a person because it may be associated with a suspected drug-related crime is not subject to “civil asset forfeiture” unless the individual is actually convicted or accepts a plea bargain. This would not apply to police seizures of property worth $50,000 or more. Forfeiture is a legal process by which a government agency (usually police or prosecutors) acquires permanent ownership of property seized by police.

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Senate Roll Call 43 on 2019 House Bill 4001

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