Civil asset forfeiture is facing renewed pressure for reform from members in Congress concerned about its abuse, and the Justice Department appears to be pushing back—hard. Last week, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein penned a lengthy panegyric to the controversial practice, calling it “a powerful tool to make victims whole and prevent crime.” That is undeniable.…
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