A new bill in Kansas seeks to make it harder for cops to seize assets without a criminal conviction.
A California Sheriff Remains Free To Rob Armored Cars Carrying Money From State-Licensed Marijuana Businesses
A federal judge declined to issue a temporary restraining order, saying the evidence of legal violations is insufficient at this point.
Kansas and California Cops Used Civil Forfeiture to Stage Armored Car Heists, Stealing Money Earned by Licensed Marijuana Businesses
The Institute for Justice argues that the seizures violated state law, federal law, and the U.S. Constitution.
Inflation isn't the only reason some folks may be paying more for dining and groceries.
Although the State of Kansas Admits This Guy Is Innocent, It Still Wants To Destroy His 1959 Corvette
Richard Martinez lost his dream car because of VIN-plate issues prosecutors admit he was "not aware of."
"It gives cities a protection that ordinary citizens never have."
Jigisha Modi can't hire her own mother-in-law—who has decades of eyebrow-threading experience—because of Kansas' occupational licensing rules. Now she's suing.
There's more evidence that community use of facial coverings is an effective tool for curbing COVID-19 transmission.
After seven years of litigation, a Kansas couple finally obtains some compensation for a comically inept drug raid.
Lamonte McIntyre served 23 years in prison for murders that he did not commit.
The 10th Circuit says Adlynn and Robert Harte should be allowed to pursue three federal claims against comically inept Kansas sheriff's deputies.
Kansas Supreme Court Says Cops Can Search Your Home Without a Warrant If They Claim It Smells Like Pot
Cops supposedly smelled 25 grams of pot inside a plastic container inside a safe inside a closet 30 feet from a guy's doorstep.
Police, however, still shift away responsibility for killing unarmed, innocent Wichita man.
It had been the only state to ban non-THC, non-CBD beer from being sold.
"I'm being handcuffed right here on my own damn property," Karle Robinson said while watching body camera footage of the incident.
It's considered "reasonable" for police to kill based on false information.
Kansas police spend millions in asset forfeiture revenue under vague, lax laws. Now they'll have to open their books.
But a new bill could change that.
Defending pot prohibition, a state legislator picks on the wrong minority group.
Let's avoid false dilemmas when exploring blame.
Don't ignore the roles militarization and trigger-happy law enforcement tactics play.
The jurors seem to have concluded that the bumbling drug warriors of Johnson County, Kansas, were incompetent rather than dishonest.
One judge notes that police raided a family's home "based on nothing more than junk science, an incompetent investigation, and a publicity stunt."
People like lower taxes, just not lower spending. Kansas is a lesson that you can't have the former without the latter.
Angela Castner tested positive for THC because she used doctor-prescribed Marinol to relieve the side effects of chemotherapy.
Opposed Boehner and lost Ag Committee position; industry turned against him.
The 6-to-1 ruling says it's unconstitutional to punish people for withdrawing "implied consent."
Sheriff says shooter may have been "triggered" while feds say the incident was not "terrorism" related.
The voluntary exchange of pictures by teenagers should not be treated as a crime at all.
A fifth-grader's comments about marijuana lead to felony charges against his mother.
Shona Banda faces decades in prison because her son questioned anti-pot propaganda.
After losing custody of her son, Shona Banda may now lose her freedom.
Shona Banda's son is back in state custody as she awaits criminal charges.