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The Winnebago sits in the county's impound lot pending a court ruling as to whether it should be forfeited in a DWI case. The registered owners of the vehicle are fighting the seizure. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Couple argues against vehicle forfeiture

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A forfeiture case argued in Hubbard County District Court Thursday illustrates the heartbreak families suffer trying to get troubled children on a path to success.

Wayne and Jodi Lynn Hill appeared before Judge Robert Tiffany to argue for the return of the family's motor home, which was seized in an administrative forfeiture action following their son's DWI arrest in September. The Hills are seeking $6,000 in conciliation and a judge's declaration the seizure was illegal.

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

(218) 732-3364
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