This is one of those legal issues that most people are not aware of, until it hits them in the face. In some states–in this case, Indiana–police can seize assets of someone convicted of a crime, even if the value of the seized assets are significantly greater than the crime’s nominal penalties. Or as this article points out, a crime takes place on your property without your knowledge and without your involvement and yet the state takes your home. If you are interested in criminal justice, you need to read this article from Slate.
- Brian Hagedorn. Lisa Neubauer’s opponent in April 2 election for State Supreme Court, appearing at Ripon College on Monday, March 11.
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- Gov. Evers seeks freeze on enrollment in private voucher schools, suspend charter school expansion
- Republicans attack Evers’ decision to bring home National Guard troops stationed at southern border
- In response to study, Gov. Evers hopes to provide municipalities with more state aid