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"Under Pressure, More Kentucky Agencies Report Asset Forfeiture Seizures," by Jacob Ryan, WFPL, February 11, 2020
"Michigan County Sued For Stealing Cars From Innocent Car Owners Via Civil Forfeiture," by Tim Cushing, techdirt, February 10, 2020
"The Golden Age of White Collar Crime," by Michael Hobbes, Matt Giles, Una Janicijevic, Rebecca Yanovskaya, and Gladeye, HuffPost Highline, January 01, 0001
"Attorney: Suit targets 'seize and ransom' vehicle forfeitures," The Detroit News, by Mark Hicks and Oralandar Brand-Williams, February 05, 2020
"Michigan Cops Seized This Woman’s Car After Her Then-Boyfriend Allegedly Picked Up a Prostitute," by Emma Ockerman, Vice, February 05, 2020
"Prosecutor appeals overturning of SC’s forfeiture laws," by The Associated Press, Associated Press, February 02, 2020
"U.S. Accuses Harvard Scientist of Concealing Chinese Funding," by Ellen Barry, New York Times, January 28, 2020
"Agents seized this mom’s $15,000 in a raid. Now the Supreme Court may weigh in to help her.," by Mario Ariza, South Florida Sun Sentinel, January 28, 2020
"It May Be the Biggest Tax Heist Ever. And Europe Wants Justice.," by David Segal, New York Times, January 24, 2020
"University of Minnesota Law Prof Sentenced in Tax Fraud Case," by Karen Sloan, Texas Lawyer, January 24, 2020
"Ex-Rep. Chris Collins Gets 26-Month Prison Sentence in Insider Trading Case," by Benjamin Weiser and Emily Palmer, New York Times, January 17, 2020
"Tax Scams and the General Population," by Terence E. Smolev, New York Law Journal, January 17, 2020
"New Jersey Passes Civil Asset Forfeiture Reforms," by C.J. Ciaramella, Reason, January 14, 2020
"The DEA seized her father’s life savings at an airport without alleging any crime occurred, lawsuit says," by Justin Jouvenal, Washington Post, January 15, 2020
"What to Expect From White-Collar Prosecutions in 2020," by Peter J. Henning, New York Times, January 14, 2020