“The average person in Kansas has no idea that in the state of Kansas your assets can be seized without you being arrested or convicted of a crime,” said Rep. Gail Finney, D-Wichita. “To me that is horrendous.”
“The average person in Kansas has no idea that in the state of Kansas your assets can be seized without you being arrested or convicted of a crime,” said Rep. Gail Finney, D-Wichita. “To me that is horrendous.” Bo Rader File photo
“The average person in Kansas has no idea that in the state of Kansas your assets can be seized without you being arrested or convicted of a crime,” said Rep. Gail Finney, D-Wichita. “To me that is horrendous.” Bo Rader File photo
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Kansas’ laws on seizing money and property too vague, audit says

August 27, 2016 04:58 PM