--Before the Supreme Court a Year After Breonna Taylor's Death A cursory overlook of the justice system's operations reveals that the expansion of police powers almost always impacts marginalized communities more harshly - communities the Democr
Picture this: You're driving home from the casino and you've absolutely cleaned up – to the tune of $50,000. You see a police car pull up behind you, but you can't figure out why.
On Monday, Governor Asa Hutchinson signed a bill that reforms Arkansas' asset forfeiture laws to prohibit the state from taking a person's property without a criminal conviction in most situations.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously ruled that state and local governments are subject to constitutional prohibitions on "excessive fines" on citizens.
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer elicited a shocking response during Wednesday's oral argument in a big civil asset forfeiture case.
As South African President Ramaphosa's 'land reform' plans begin to confiscate white farmer-owned lands with no compensation, the rhetoric on both sides of the policy are beginning to signal little hope of avoiding direct inter-racial conflict, or an
Attorney General Jeff Sessions recently ordered the Justice Department to increase the use of civil asset forfeiture, thus once again endorsing an unconstitutional, authoritarian, and increasingly unpopular policy.
For the egregious crime of being in the right lane at the wrong time, a driver was pulled over in Lowndes County, Georgia. Thanks to the heroic efforts of one Georgia State Police dog, and his faithful officer, a major threat to the people of Georgia
A federal court just ruled that cops were not responsible for killing a woman's three dogs because her pets were legally considered contraband.
A new Department of Justice (DOJ) directive from Attorney General Jeff Sessions makes it more important than ever to own cryptocurrency and to do so outside of digital exchanges which function like traditional banks; translation, they will rush to ob
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced his intention to aggressively pursue and increase the federal government's civil asset forfeiture known as the "Equitable Sharing Program."