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Asset Forfeiture Reform Must Include Restrictions on Equitable Sharing

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On March 10, 2021, Jon Guze testified before the Georgia Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. The topic of his testimony was asset forfeiture reform.

Attached here are his prepared remarks to the advisory committee.

Jon Guze is Senior Fellow in Legal Studies at the John Locke Foundation. Before joining the John Locke Foundation, Jon practiced law in Durham, North Carolina for over 20 years. He received a J.D., with honors, from Duke Law School… ...

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