Civil asset forfeiture laws in the U.S. were originally created to allow law enforcement agencies to strip drug king-pins of their Miami Vice-style speed boats, and couch forts made out money. Now, however, criticism of these laws is growing louder, as many say they now overreach and seize private property from citizens who haven't been convicted of crimes. One recent example centers around a woman who lost her car for an offense she didn't commit, then had to spend thousands to get it back.

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Minnesota State Police Seize Camaro After Owner Did Nothing Illegal With It

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