No-Judge Seizure Law in Mississippi Not Getting Reinstated

No-Judge Seizure Law in Mississippi Not Getting Reinstated

Mississippi Won’t Reinstate Law Allowing No-Judge Seizures – U.S. News & World Report

Mississippi lawmakers have rejected plans to allow police to resume seizing cash, guns and vehicles without going before a judge, agreeing with civil liberties advocates that the practice was unjust.

House Judiciary A Committee Chairman Mark Baker said his committee won’t consider House Bill 1104 , which would have reinstated a previous law. That means it dies at a Tuesday deadline for legislation to advance out of committee. The Brandon Republican, who’s running for attorney general, said House leaders decided not to move forward with the proposal.

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