Can The FAIR Act Stop These Insane Laws?

Can The FAIR Act Stop These Insane Laws?

Under these laws, it doesn’t take much to be labeled a so-called criminal. One doesn’t even have to be convicted or charged. No charges? No convictions? So what, you might ask. However, if you have no idea which laws I’m talking about, keep reading because this is a legal rabbit hole that anyone can fall into. There’s a really good reason why Sen. Rand Paul’s FAIR Act is needed.

If you’re not already aware, there’s big money in seizing assets from calling someone a “criminal”; roughly $6.3 billion dollars, according to one source. However, with asset forfeiture laws, the bar for being a criminal is, well, negligible. These insane laws allow law enforcement agencies to seize your cash, your property, and other assets all on the assumption that you might be guilty of some crime. You don’t even see a court. They can take what they want and ask questions laterAnd not give it back. That shouldn’t be the case, according to the FAIR Act.

As Rand Paul says, “the federal government has made it far too easy for government agencies to take and profit from the property of those who have not been convicted of a crime.”

We covered the insanity of asset forfeiture laws before here and here. If you think this will never apply to you, think again. Do you really want laws like this to exist that says your right to a fair trial is, uh, optional? Read up on the FAIR Act here. Send us a tweet or join us on Facebook if you would like to know more. Let’s spread awareness about this!

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