Arkansas to add conviction requirement to civil asset forfeiture

A bill (SB 308) recently passed by the Arkansas Senate and House to add a conviction requirement to civil asset forfeiture. The governor still has to sign it, but given that it passed both chambers unanimously they have more than enough votes to override a veto. If Arkansas of all states can pass this, every state can do it

https://reason.com/blog/2019/03/14/arkansas-legislature-unanimously-votes-t

3 thoughts on “Arkansas to add conviction requirement to civil asset forfeiture”

      1. You’re slacking then! I thought I heard something about NM, that was during the same weeks as the abortion bonanza, so it got less attention.

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