Thursday, April 7, 2016
11:30 am - 1:15 pm

Texas Public Policy Foundation
901 Congress Ave.

Civil asset forfeiture allows law enforcement officers to seize an individual’s property even if no criminal charges are filed, and getting those assets back can be arduous and expensive. Indeed, it is up to the original owner to prove the property’s innocence. Defining how much civil asset forfeiture occurs in Texas has been very difficult, and proposals to require more transparency have been blocked, but new information can help provide context for this important debate.

Please join the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Center for Effective Justice and the Charles Koch Institute for the release of the Center’s new data on where asset forfeitures are occurring in Texas and a discussion about what comes next.

Derek Cohen, Deputy Director of the Center for Effective Justice, Texas Public Policy Foundation
Currie Myers, Former Sheriff, Johnson County, Kansas
Vikrant Reddy, Senior Fellow, Charles Koch Institute
Representative Phil Stephenson, Texas House of Representatives

Complimentary Chick-fil-A lunch will be served at this event.
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