Examples of forfeiture in a Sentence
the forfeiture for early withdrawal of the investment savings will be an amount equal to 10 percent of the investment
Recent Examples of forfeiture from the Web
House Ways and Means subcommittee hearing on the return of taxpayers' funds seized under civil assets forfeiture.
The complaint also includes an audacious, if tenuous, argument that, just as drug dens can be seized from their owners, Facebook is also at risk of civil asset forfeiture for facilitating criminal activity via its property.
The suit alleges Customs and Border Protection used civil forfeiture laws to take the money without arresting or charging anyone with a crime.
Last summer, Trump reinstated a controversial federal program that lets local police hand over an asset forfeiture case to a federal agency and then split the proceeds.
Farnsworth and Montgomery's warm relationship was evident at a hearing last year, during a rare disagreement over a civil-asset forfeiture bill.
In separate forfeiture proceedings, the state seized 18 flat-screen TVs, a travel trailer, nearly $79,000 in cash and the Bull Valley mansion.
Kane County Circuit Judge John Barsanti signed a new warrant for James’ arrest, ordered a bond forfeiture hearing for April 20 and set additional bail at $10,000.
Filo said there were some counties in her state where forfeitures were never collected.
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FORFEITURE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of forfeiture for English Language Learners
law : the act of giving up something as punishment or because of a rule or law : the act of forfeiting something
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