Michigan May Stop Police From Seizing Property Without Getting a Conviction First

Policing for profit is under pressure across the country.

(From Reason)

The Michigan Senate passed a civil asset forfeiture reform bill last week that would require police to obtain a criminal conviction to seize assets valued under $50,000, or consent from the owner to relinquish the property. The bill is now being considered by the state house.

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