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AB 443

February 17, 2016

AB 443 – Forfeiture
Luis Alejo (D-30)

CRPA’s Position: Watch

Summary: Current law subjects property acquired through or as proceeds of criminal profiteering activity to forfeiture. Existing law defines criminal profiteering activity as any specified acts or threats made for financial gain or advantage. Current law requires a prosecuting agency to file a petition of forfeiture in conjunction with the criminal proceeding for the underlying offense. This bill would allow the prosecuting agency to file a petition of forfeiture prior to the commencement of the underlying criminal proceeding if the value of the assets seized exceeds $100,000.

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Introduced: 2/23/2015

Last Amend: 8/18/2015

Current Status: 8/28/2015-Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(a)(11).

Location: 8/28/2015-S. 2 Year.

AB 443 – Forfeiture
Luis Alejo (D-30)

CRPA’s Position: Watch

Summary: Current law subjects property acquired through or as proceeds of criminal profiteering activity to forfeiture. Existing law defines criminal profiteering activity as any specified acts or threats made for financial gain or advantage.

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