CAFRA

AcronymDefinition
CAFRACaribbean Association for Feminist Research and Action (Trinidad and Tobago)
CAFRACoastal Area Facility Review Act (New Jersey)
CAFRACivil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000
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(33) The Court did suggest that the legislature could take care of the application conflicts by creating a statute, which Congress did in producing CAFRA in 2000.
(90) Domingo Urzua, "Memorandum de Cafra al ministro de Agricultura", Frutillar, 26 de diciembre de 1984; Gerencia de Fomento de Corfo, "Minuta Solicitud de credito de Cafra", 12 diciembre de 1984; y Alberto Hechenleitner, "Carta de presidente de Cafra al presidente del Banco del Estado de Chile", Frutillar, 6 de agosto de 1984.
(189.) Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000 (CAFRA), Pub.
While CAFRA's goal is to offer more protection against the accused, Hyde did not add provisions to eliminate equitable sharing from the bill because of political lobbying from the police bureaucracy.
Police testimony in opposition to drafts of the CAFRA legislation repeatedly emphasized the importance of forfeiture funds to policing.
For example, the passage of the Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000 (CAFRA),2 and the Patriot Act of 2001,3 made hundreds of illegal activities subject to forfeiture.
Act of 2000 (CAFRA) (44) significantly amended federal civil forfeiture
"We were the first to play on air the likes of Juan dela Cruz band and Maria Cafra, among others," Jacinto remembers fondly.
statute--the Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act (CAFRA)--stands as the
Crook and the nonprofit corporation Conservation Force, filed suit against Defendants, (279) including Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar, challenging an administrative forfeiture under the Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000 (CAFRA), (280) the Eighth Amendment Excessive Fines Clause, (281) and the Due Process Clause.