NUMMA11406 wrote:everyone makes mistakes my friend. Most of us old schoolers will give you the benefit of the doubt. Unfortunately they can confiscate anything they want these days. It is the guilty until proven innocent adage now. Face it and live with it.
However when they wrote you the ticket did they give you another sheet that described what they confiscated? If so does it say seized for evidence or forfeiture. If it is for forfeiture you can have a civil hearing to try and get it back now or pay a cash bond in lieu of. If you win your case they will refund your money. If it is seized for evidence you cant get it back unless your lawyer gets it or the case is won. I suggest hiring an attorney, yes may be alot of money but if you are in fact telling the truth isnt it worth it based on the principal of the matter? We already have a world full of self righteous do gooders that enjoy brandishing their perception of the laws. System is stacked against you. I am unfortunately part of this very same system. However the burden of proof is on the state and if you take this to a hearing or a jury trial remember that it has to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt. good luck
NUMMA11406 wrote:Once again who the hell is scotty??? back to refuge forums young man
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