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Dinner features Mayor Jacobs and focuses on civil asset forfeiture reform
KNOXVILLE, TN – Tonight at 7:00 PM, Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs will discuss civil asset forfeiture reform at the Bill of Rights dinner at the Bearden Banquet Hall in Knoxville.
Criminal justice reform has been an issue with support across the political spectrum in last year’s legislative session. The Bill of Rights coalition partners are pushing lawmakers to continue the momentum and advance further criminal justice reforms.
What: Bill of Rights Dinner
Where: Bearden Banquet Hall
5806 Kingston Pike
Knoxville, TN 37919
When: 7:00-9:00PM EST
Media are invited to attend. RSVP with Tori Venable at TVenable@afphq.org.
To read more about AFP’s criminal justice reform priorities for 2020, click here.
The government’s role is to protect our private property. However, civil asset forfeiture enables, and incentivizes, the government to seize our property without having to convict – or even file charges against property owners.
The Institute for Justice has given Tennessee a D- for its civil forfeiture laws.
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