MORE: From the Marshall Project.
CORRECTION: This item originally said SB 380 required a conviction to "seize" assets; under the bill, a conviction would only be required to forfeit them. H/T: Michael Haugen.
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- Evan Smith, Editor-in-chief and publisher, The Texas Tribune
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- San Antonio Current
- Erica Grieder, The Economist
- Pamela Colloff, Texas Monthly
- Doug Berman, Sentencing Law & Policy
- Scott Medlock, Texas Civil Rights Project
- Solomon Moore, NY Times criminal justice correspondent
- Donald Lee, Texas Conference of Urban Counties
-Attorney Bob Mabry, Conroe
- Corey Yung, Sex Crimes Blog
Bexar County Commissioner
- Dirty Third Streets
- Texas Public Policy Foundation
David Jennings, aka "Big Jolly"
Former Williamson County District Attorney, now former Attorney General of Palau
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