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Asset forfeiture has a long history in our legal system. We inherited it from the British, who used forfeiture as a weapon to combat piracy and customs offenses on the high seas. Modern asset forfeiture has expanded its reach from its maritime origins to a broad range of crimes in a three-part system of criminal, civil and administrative forfeiture. The three systems have varying procedures, but all allow the government to forfeit property that has been illegally obtained or used.
By Patrick Campbell, Jonathan New and Madison Gaudreau
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By John C. Coffee Jr.
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By Xiumei Dong
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By Juliet Gunev
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