Md. prosecutors, police oppose ban on sharing in federal asset seizures

ANNAPOLIS — Police agencies that partner with federal law enforcement told a Senate committee Tuesday that being able to receive a portion of the assets seized in the investigation is vital to their ability to break up vast criminal organizations and drug trafficking rings. Maryland restricted civil asset forfeitures, the process by which law enforcement can seize property connected ...

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