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Illinois has one of the more aggressive asset forfeiture programs in the country. In April, the Chicago Sun-Times ran a lead editorial calling on the state to reform the program. The Institute for Justice, a libertarian public-interest law firm, gave the state’s asset forfeiture laws a “D-” grade for their lax property owner protections, low standards of evidence and expensive bond requirements to challenge seizures.

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