Yikes – Sessions was confirmed as Attorney General!

(c) Brenda Grantland, Esq., Feb. 8, 2017

We are in deep water now.

Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions was confirmed as Attorney General today!

Much of the progress that our country has made in recent decades in attempting to restore some due process in forfeiture cases, civil rights, and protection against police misconduct will likely be reversed beginning now.

In my blog from February 4 I explain why I thought Sessions should not be appointed Attorney General. Add to all of my reasons the letter written in 1986 by the late Coretta Scott King, widow of Martin Luther King, to the Senate urging them to oppose Sessions’ appointment as a federal judge.  Senator Bernie Sanders read her letter into the record today in this Twitter video.


For more information about asset forfeiture and how your property may be vulnerable, see my ebook, Your House Is Under Arrest.

Your House Is Under Arrest, 2nd edition Brenda Grantland, Esq.

  • (c) 2017 Brenda Grantland, Esq. published 1/11/2017 96,285 words. 245 pages in the full sized pdf edition. Interactive Table of Contents. Indexed, with footnotes. $14.99
    NOTE: If you purchased a copy of this ebook in pdf format and it did not have pages numbers, please go back to the download page and download a new copy - or email us and we will send you a new one. The new version also has bookmarks marking every chapter. This is the new, expanded Second edition of Brenda Grantland's first book - Your House Is Under Arrest - published in 1993. Back in 1993, federal forfeiture procedure had fewer Due Process protections and more obstacles for forfeiture victims ("claimants") trying to defend their property. After eight years of lobbying, our forfeiture reform bill, CAFRA was enacted in 2000. Some of the abuses came to an end, but new abuses cropped up. Now 16 years after CAFRA reformed the law, things are as just as bad - or even worse than before. Because there are now 200 more federal forfeiture triggering offenses, forfeiture is more widespread. Forfeiture revenue is up dramatically - from $500 million in federal forfeiture revenue in fiscal year 2001 to $5 billion in fiscal year 2014. Today, average law abiding investors have even more to fear from asset forfeiture. This book is written to educate investors and give helpful tips for avoiding forfeiture.
  • Brenda Grantland
  • 2017-01-11
  • 246 pages