Having Your Seized Property Returned
This educational video was provided by Drew Fritsch, an experienced Buffalo criminal lawyer.
- When the police take property from an individual, help may be needed in reclaiming that property.
- Property may be taken to be placed in safe keeping, with the owner being given a voucher that can be used to retrieve the property.
- If an item is used as evidence during an investigation or trial, a letter from the district attorney will release that property when it is no longer needed.
- Certain circumstances allow seizing of property as part of an asset forfeiture, and the owner was probably notified of a hearing. An attorney can help the owner challenge that seizure.
Were you arrested for a crime and wish to collect your seized property back from the police? We will work tirelessly to help get back your personal belongings.
Contact our experienced Criminal Lawyer in Buffalo, NY. Drew Fritsch is dedicated to defending your freedom and protecting your future. We offer free consultations and have achieved positive outcomes for countless clients.
If you are being investigated for a crime, contact our law office immediately. Time is of the essence. Do not talk to anyone about your case except for your attorney.