Twenty-three-year-old Quan Holt has been treated like a drug kingpin. But he still hasn’t been indicted on any charges.
She was never accused of a crime and went bankrupt paying the fines to get her car back.
The US government keeps seized cash, but auctions seized Bitcoin. What gives?
Data obtained by VICE News shows police in British Columbia bought surveillance equipment, riot gear, and phone-hacking hardware through civil forfeiture.
Politicians in both parties have been trying to overhaul the process by which police confiscate the cash and belongings they think have some vague connection to crime. Then Donald Trump happened.
Shkreli owns the album. The FBI arrested Shkreli. And the American taxpayer owns the FBI. So what can we do?
A new report details the rise of civil asset forfeiture, a process that allows cops to confiscate private property without charging anyone with a crime.
Law enforcement agents can make you swipe a finger to unlock your cell phone, but old-school passwords still offer some measure of privacy.