Police raided my house and took personal items never even got a form of what they took? Especially the money! What should I do ???
If you have been charged with a crime then retain a criminal defense lawyer. You should also discuss with counsel a suit for "claim and delivery" of your property.
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Much more information is needed such as the reason for the raid. Did you get a copy of the warrant etc. IN any even if your charged with a crime I suggest you setup a consultation with an experienced criminal lawyer.
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Get yourself a good criminal defense lawyer, like attorney H. Scott Aalsberg. You only get one chance to do it right so hire yourself a good criminal defense attorney. You face ruining your life if you do not obtain the best possible criminal defense attorney you can afford. You should not be restricted by geographic factors. Good luck.
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You should contact a lawyer for representation. The lawyer can contact the police department to gain a better understanding of why the police entered your house. Additionally information is necessary to fully answer your question.
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