Alabama is one of the least transparent states in the U.S. when it comes to civil asset forfeiture. That could be changing.
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Lawmakers are considering long-overdue civil asset forfeiture reform, and law enforcement leaders aren't happy.
A new bill introduced by state lawmakers would require a criminal conviction for the government to keep someone's property.
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Have whatever ceremony you want (or not) and just file your paperwork.