The Questionable Ethics of Civil Forfeiture

On a cool, sunny November day, Mark Brewer – a disabled decorated U.S. Air Force veteran – was driving through the state of Nebraska on his way to Los Angles to visit his uncle. While there, Brewer planned to make a down payment on a house. To that end, he was carrying more than $60,000 in cash, that he had saved during his military service and from disability payments.

Suggested citation: Carpenter, D. M. (2018, May). The questionable ethics of civil forfeiture.  Freedom from Fear Magazine, 14, 24–28.

Click here to read the full article.

Related Cases