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2019 Senate Bill 2: Require conviction for seized property forfeiture

To establish that property seized from a person because it may be associated with a crime is not subject to “civil asset forfeiture” unless the individual is actually convicted or accepts a plea bargain, subject various exceptions and conditions. (Exceptions include different procedures for persons with an ownership interest in the property who were not involved with the crime; cases where the offender has absconded to another state; and more.) This would not apply to police seizures of property worth $50,000 or more. See also House Bills 4001 and 4002.

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House Roll Call 54 on 2019 Senate Bill 2

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