Jonathan Matthew Holson's answer What they can seize is generally dependent on what the search is for. It is unclear what the basis for the search warrant was so it is difficult to answer the question. Can you provide more information?
Kathryn Hilbush's answer It's hard to know the whole story here. I suggest that you obtain private counsel to help you with this problem. If you can't afford a private attorney, then try Legal Assistance or of the advocacy groups in the Pittsburgh area that offer legal assistance at low or no charge.
Terrence H Thorgaard's answer I suspect that you think you know the answer and that you're asking this question rhetorically. But actually the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution is more complicated than you imagine. If you really want an answer, I suggest that you give us specifics.
Mark Oakley's answer Yes. It’s called constructive possession: if it’s open in an area within reach, and everything in his car is in reach, it creates a rebuttable inference it was his. He has a defense, however, and cases like this can be won. Just because there’s probable cause to charge does not mean there’s sufficient evidence beyond a reasonable doubt to convict. He needs a lawyer.
Mr Aric M Cramer Sr.'s answer Well they can because they did. The issue is the condemnation of the home. You will need to contact a real estate attorney who is familiar with this area to get a specific legal opinion.
Louis George Fazzi's answer Unfortunately, you have not provided sufficient detail to allow me to offer you any reasonable advice. You need to prepare a chronological statement of what happened to you from the beginning, including dates and times, who, what, when, where and how, including all pertinent details, up to the current time, and provide that to any reasonable attorney with sufficient knowledge of civil rights issues, so you can get an opinion of what your options and rights are.
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