Q: what happens if money seize from raid was off in amount.. and memory card of camera taken. but not on evidence list.
before being raided. i was about to run to the bank to deposit money. i had counted the amount i had in hand. it was 11830$. but only 10500$ was on teh evidence.. as soon as they had me in handcuffs in my room. seein i had money layin out.. i had camera up. i smerkly said dont do something stupid.. ur on camera. and the lead detective was like where where do you have anythinbg else recording.. b4 takin me out to the living room. they took the memory card on my camera in my room. took my dvr for cameras i had outside. they prolly thgought footage was recorded on the dvr. dvr was on the evidence list.. but it only records cameras outside my house. there was no body cam on any of them... i had a friend over durin the raid.. he was helpin me count the money.. possibly testify how much was there. so ive been on the run with a warrant for my arrrest since 2021. 2022 june 26 they kicked in my door on a search warrant. but cuffed me for arr wrrant proceed to search while i was in jail
A: Civil forfeiture is generally a separate proceeding if you're contesting it - but if they outright stole your money and are wondering what will happen the real answer is nothing unless you do something about it. What would you do? Likely ask the BCI to open up an investigation.
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