Under existing law, certain property is subject to civil forfeiture when owned or used by a person in the commission of certain unlawful acts
Property subject to civil forfeiture is forfeited to the state and sold, destroyed, or disposed of in a proper manner
This bill would repeal civil forfeiture of certain computers and software, civil forfeiture of an eavesdropping device, civil forfeiture in controlled substances cases, and the Alabama Comprehensive Criminal Proceeds Forfeiture Act
Relating to asset forfeiture; to repeal Section 13A-8-117, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to forfeiture of certain computers and software; Section 13A-11-37, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to forfeiture of an eavesdropping device; Article 4, commencing with Section 15-5-60 of Chapter of Title 15 of the Code of Alabama 1975, The Alabama Comprehensive Criminal Proceeds Forfeiture Act; and Section 20-2-93, Code of Alabama 1975, relating to forfeiture in controlled substances cases.
|February 1, 2018||H||Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Judiciary|
|Hearing||March 15, 2017||Room 418 *Updated Agenda at 09:00||House PS&HS Public Hearing|
|Bill Text||HB 367 - Introduced|