Medical marijuana user Ginnifer Hency told a group of Michigan lawmakers last week that a drug task force raided her home and kept ‘every belonging’ she owned
Browsing: Asset Forfeiture
A new report lays out civil asset forfeiture abuses in California, and it isn't pretty. But the pressure for reforms is mounting.
After the state legislature unanimously passed a groundbreaking civil asset forfeiture reform bill, the Republican governor signed it into law today.
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. on Friday barred local and state police from using federal law to seize cash, cars and other property without proving that a crime occurred.
POT TV - Cannabis commentator 'Radical' Russ Belville is on the air – and now on Pot TV – with The Russ Belville Show. In this episode: A look at the Washington Post series on asset forfeiture, including stories of four real people affected by it.
POT TV - Cannabis commentator 'Radical' Russ Belville is on the air – and now on Pot TV – with The Russ Belville Show. In this episode: Former mental health and corrections officer Patrick Heintz from LEAP.
POT TV - Cannabis pioneer and activist Steve Kubby is now on Pot TV with KUBBY TV. In this episode: When cops in Mississippi decided they wanted fifty prime acres with a stunning lake, they decided to get it the old fashion way and steal it. Their victim was Dr. David Allen and they managed to concoct a terrible and compelling set of lies to win their case in court.
During a July 9 traffic stop in Meridian, Mississippi, police found $360,000 stashed in a secret compartment in the car.
In British Columbia, the government can take away your home, your car and your cash, without ever charging you with a crime.
Federal prosecutors are targeting medical marijuana shops in California, seeking forfeiture of the properties in which they do business.