Article - Criminal Procedure
(a) At the time of seizure, the seizing authority shall provide a receipt to the person from whom the property was seized, that includes:
(1) a detailed description of the property;
(2) a case number, property inventory number, or any other reference number used by the seizing authority to connect the property to the circumstances of the seizure;
(3) the name and contact information of an individual or office within the seizing authority that can provide information concerning the seized property;
(4) notice that the owner of the property may make a written request for return of the seized property; and
(5) notice that within 60 days after receipt of a written request for return of the seized property, the seizing authority will decide whether to return the property and notify the owner of the decision.
(b) If the person who received a receipt under subsection (a) of this section is not the owner of the property, within 15 days after the seizure of property by a seizing authority, the seizing authority shall send by first–class mail written information to the owner of the seized property, if known, providing:
(1) the location and description of the seized property; and
(2) the name and contact information of an individual or office within the seizing authority that can provide further information concerning the seized property, including information on how the property may be returned to the owner.
(c) The written information distributed by a seizing authority as required under this section shall state: “Seizure and forfeiture of property is a legal matter. Nothing in this document may be construed as legal advice. You may wish to consult an attorney concerning this matter.”.