Should police be able to seize property from people before they're even charged for a crime? | The Tylt
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is lifting restrictions of civil asset forfeiture, making it easier for police around the nation to seize property and cash from people who have not been charged with a crime. Sessions says civil asset forfeiture gives police the tools they need to fight the war on drugs and hit criminals where it hurts most—their wallets. People on both sides of the aisle oppose it. It's unconstitutional and ignores the right to due process. What do you think? 👮
Should police be able to seize property from people before they're even charged for a crime?