Guilty Until Proven Innocent: Washington, D.C.'s Civil Forfeiture RacketReason
Jan. 21, 2013
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7.EPA Rule to Ban Car Modification
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Jerrie Brathwaite was not in her car when Washington, D.C. police seized it in January 2012. She had lent her 2000 Nissan Maxima to a friend, and that friend was pulled over, searched, and found to be in possession of drugs. A year later, Braithwaite—who has never been charged with a crime—still doesn’t have her car back, and no one from the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) will return her calls.