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Feb 13 17 9:24 PM
mhansen2 wrote:Agreed, yet that's what Trump supports.
XV wrote:Civil forfeiture has its uses, like confiscating the assets of foreign or unidentified criminals. It just needs to be standardized at a higher standard of proof and the burden of proof shifted back to the authority, like it normally is.
NoOneFamous wrote:mhansen2 wrote:Agreed, yet that's what Trump supports.
If the Orangeman supports it, then it can not be good for the average citizen.
seasick wrote:Get rid of it. I used to get pulled over in Louisiana on my way to work because I have Texas plates on my car and was driving at night, so I could meet a boat at 6 am in Venice, Morgan City, or Port Fouchon. Its really annoying. I have to explain the equipment in my car, some of which I didn't own. One guy was stuck in <<Blank>> Parish because the Deputies decided the lab equipment he uses on the oil rig to test core samples was equipment to build a meth lab. Finally after two days lawyers from the company and the client the stuff back but it was a pain.
Cody2 wrote:That makes no sense. A person is not a criminal until they are convicted of a crime.
Cody2 wrote:How can there be an unidentified criminal?
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