Supreme Court Limits Seizures Of Private Property By Law Enforcement

The United States Supreme Court has finally taken steps to address the unconstitutional police practice of civil asset forfeiture being waged against citizens whether innocent and guilty. On Wednesday, the court unanimously ruled 9–0 after finding a ban of excessive fines, which is written into the 8th Amendment of the Constitution, applies to state and local authorities…

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