A $2.1 million penalty for failing to file a form on time reveals the agency’s true nature.
Should an elderly grandmother be forced to hand over millions of dollars to the government for failing to file a particular form?
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear 94-year-old Geraldine Tyler's case challenging home equity theft.
Supreme Court Decides to Hear Case Challenging State Law Empowering Government to Seize Entire Value of a House to Pay Much Smaller Property Tax Debt
Minnesota law allowed Hennepin County to seize a $40,000 home owned by a 93-year-old widow to pay off a $15,000 tax debt.
A federal judge denied qualified immunity for officers accused of making up charges to get money from fines.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill in September that will chip away at a policy that has long been criticized as enabling racially-motivated policing.
The Big Apple's building regulations are almost impossible to navigate, and officials like it that way.
She’s asking the Supreme Court to consider whether this seizure is an excessive fine under the Eighth Amendment.
This Alabama Town's Shakedowns Are So Egregious That the Justice Department Is Backing a Suit Against It
Brookside faces several federal challenges for trying to fund its city by ticketing and towing the cars of anybody they can get away with.
A plaintiff in the class-action lawsuit says he had to declare bankruptcy after Chicago dumped $20,000 of ticket debts on him.
The court rejected an Excessive Fines Clause challenge (by a 5-4 vote) and a First Amendment challenge.