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Report calls Arizona civil forfeiture laws ‘among the worst in the country’ (access required)

The amount of money and property that Arizona law enforcement agencies have seized from suspected criminals under the state’s civil asset forfeiture laws has skyrocketed in the last decade, making Arizona one of most active states for seizures in the nation.

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