Asset Forfeiture

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Popular theories often describe emotion and greed as two principal reasons behind criminal behavior.

Examples of emotion-based crimes would be road rage incidents while greed-based crimes are characterized by the acquisition of material goods, frequently taking the form of expensive cars, jewelry, vacation homes and simply "toys." Asset forfeiture attempts to eliminate the defendant's ability ...

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