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Civil Asset Forfeiture Bill Dies In Committee
-Curtis D. Tucker Businessman

A bill seeking to amend Oklahoma's rules for Civil Asset Forfeiture has died in committee. Oklahoma law will continue to allow law enforcement to seize and retain money/property confiscated from individuals suspected of committing a crime, without ever actually charging them of any crime.

Read more about this ruling at KFOR.

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