Seizure with court order
(1) Property may be seized by any police officer pursuant to an order of the court. Forfeiture counsel or a seizing agency may apply for an ex parte order directing seizure of specified property.
(2) An application for an order directing seizure under subsection (1) of this section may be made to any judge as defined in ORS 133.525 (Definitions for ORS 133.525 to 133.703). The application shall be supported by one or more affidavits setting forth facts and circumstances that support a finding that probable cause exists to believe that the described property is subject to forfeiture. The court shall issue the order upon a finding of probable cause to believe that the described property is subject to forfeiture. The order may be made as part of a search warrant.
(3) An order issued under this section may specify the manner in which intangible property may be seized for forfeiture.
(4) Except as provided in ORS 131A.080 (Care and custody of seized property generally) (3), an order under this section shall direct any person having control or custody of the property, including money and other assets held in the form of an account in a financial institution, to deliver the property to the police officer. [2009 c.78 §9]
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