Seizure without court order
(1) Property may be seized for forfeiture by a police officer without a court order if:
(a) There is probable cause to believe that property is subject to forfeiture, and the property may constitutionally be seized without a warrant;
(b) The seizure is in the course of a constitutionally valid criminal investigative stop, arrest or search, and there is probable cause to believe that the property is subject to forfeiture;
(c) The property is directly or indirectly dangerous to the health or safety of any person; or
(d) An owner consents to the seizure.
(2) If a police officer finds cash, weapons or negotiable instruments in close proximity to controlled substances or to instrumentalities of prohibited conduct, the officer has probable cause to believe that the property is subject to forfeiture. [2009 c.78 §10]
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