Under federal and Pennsylvania law, any property that law enforcement thinks was used to commit (or with intent to commit) a drug crime can be permanently confiscated by the police. Forfeiture law also allows law enforcement to take cash or property that they believe was purchased with "drug money." They do not have to prove that it actually was purchased with money from drug sales… but to get it back you must prove that it was not.
The asset forfeiture law poses real hardships for many people, including those wrongly accused of committing a drug crime and family members whose property has been taken.
If your property was seized in relation to a crime, it is important to hire an attorney as soon as possible. We will fight to reduce your charges and maintain your reputation.