**Please allow two weeks for CLE credit to be reported to the State Bar**
Thursday, June 17, 2021 | 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Civil forfeiture is a practice that allows law enforcement to take, keep, and profit from individuals’ property without even charging them with a crime—much less convicting them of one. A lack of transparency and low standard of review make it easy and lucrative for the government to take and keep property, regardless of whether the owner was guilty or innocent. As a public defender or criminal defense attorney, you are uniquely situated to identify victims of this unconstitutional practice.