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Inventory of seized property

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commandus

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TEXAS- If the police officer makes a sizable mistake on the inventory of seized property form, and I sign it, can the case continue, or will it be dismissed?

They kept one copy and they gave one copy to me... They accused me of having 200 pills of valium W/O a perscription, but on the inventory of seized property they accidentally put 20 pills.. I only agreed (signed)that they seized 20 pills, can they still charge me with the 200 pills?????

Thank you for any advice.
 


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PaulE

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I can guarantee you the case will continue. An inventory sheet is just one part of the puzzle. You can guaranatee there were property sheets done that reflect the correct amount of the drugs you were in possesion of. Let's say your only charged with the 20, It's still a felony. I best advice would be quit dealing valium to your friends and get an attorney.
 

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