Oklahoma Bill Would End Civil Asset Forfeiture in the State but Federal Loophole Would Remain | Tenth Amendment Center

Posted: January 31, 2023 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (Jan. 27, 2023) – A bill filed in the Oklahoma Senate would repeal the state’s civil asset forfeiture process and replace it with nothing. But the legislation leaves a loophole open that would allow police to continue using asset forfeiture by partnering with the feds.

Sen. Nathan Dahm (R) filed Senate Bill 1089 (SB1089) for introduction when the Oklahoma legislature convenes on Feb. 6. The legislation would simply repeal the entire Oklahoma civil asset forfeiture process.”



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