If it's impounded, you have to pay the impound fees and reclaim your vehicle. If it's been seized as evidence, it won't be available until the case is closed.
I think it can depending on what is happening to that person and the car.
No, that person does and you can have them charged with Grand Theft Auto
Yes, same with car searches the American police do not have to give the property back.
The police officers now are responsible for keeping that car since that car was found with drugs inside it.Added: It depends on WHY the vehicle was seized. If it was seized only for evidence, you should be able to get it back after the court action has been completed.On the other hand - if the vehicle was seized under the authority of federal law, it is gone forever and the agency that seized it will get it, if they want it. If not it may be sent to auction and the agency that seized it will get the proceeds of the sale.
inpounded you can get back for a fee, seized you cant get back unless the agencie that took it gives it back
when a car is impounded you can get it back, by showing paperwork and paying some fees. when your car is seized, its gone, you can't have it.
If the car was seized as part of the drug bust itself, it may have become forfeit under the drug laws and it will be impossible to regain possession. A car was seized after an accident in which the person driving it failed the alcohol sobriety test. Will the family get the car back? See discussion page:
car was takeing from police in bearsden where will it go to
One can recover his property, which was seized by the police, at the police compound, in which they store all confiscated items. One should come with the proper documents that confirm his claim to the property as well as confirming that he has the right to seize them back.
The car will be seized by the police the engine torn out by a Huck Drill and the chassis crushed.
Highway, or state police