A License to Steal: The Forfeiture of Property by Leonard W. Levy

By Leonard W. Levy

Leonard Levy lines the improvement and implementation of forfeiture and contends that it's a questionable perform, which, since it is so usually abused, serves in basic terms to undermine civil society. Arguing that civil forfeiture is unconstitutional, Levy offers examples of the victimization of blameless humans and demonstrates that it's been used essentially opposed to petty offienders instead of opposed to its unique goals, participants of geared up crime.

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