During a search and seizure property was taken from the resident that wasn't part of the residential area but the warrant states that all of the certain type of property was to be seized. In a interview the person is told "in a few weeks you will get the stuff back after Forensics go through them." The person calls up a few weeks later was told "the investigation is still on going." Next time they called was one year later and the officer in charged states "Forensics is running slow and the property is still incomplete and that other cases take more precedent matter."
Who can the person contact to help retrieve this property back?
If there was a seizure pursuant to warrant a year ago, the person should have hired an attorney back then. Better late than never. Is way past time to speak to and hire a good lawyer.
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