You need to contact a specific attorney, retain that person and have them do a motion for return of property, if appropriate.
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Contact the attorney who handled your case, or if none, then you would need to hire an attorney to attempt to have the property returned. It would be foolish to contact law enforcement yourself since you would undoubtedly need to make statements to themn that could possibly be used against you at a later date.
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Hire a locally experienced criminal defense attorney to assist and/or contact your former attorney.
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