Plaintiffs in a civil rights suit against five officials in Shelby County, Texas, including the district attorney, have raised new allegations about the use of money seized from nonwhite motorists driving through the East Texas town of Tenaha.

On Aug. 16, the eight plaintiffs in Morrow, et al. v. Washington, et al. filed a motion for class certification in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District in Marshall, Texas.

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