civil asset forfeiture

The DOJ is resuming a controversial civil forfeiture program, while establishing some modest new safeguards.
A decision this week could be another sign that justices are prepared to restrict the controversial use of asset forfeiture.
The controversial practice endangers Americans' civil liberties, critics say.
The Supreme Court justice's skepticism of civil asset forfeiture may signal the court would be receptive to a review.
The president endorsed civil asset forfeiture, which lets police seize even innocent people's property.