LCrRLJ 6.13. EVIDENCE – COURT’S CUSTODY OF EXHIBITS (f) In a criminal case every exhibit in the court’s custody, which is not contraband and for which ownership is not in dispute, shall be returned to the party who produced that exhibit upon motion of that party and expiration of the appeal period. In the event of a finding of guilty, for purpose of this rule, the appeal period shall begin on the day of sentencing or deferral of sentence by the court. Exhibits not returned shall be delivered by the court to the applicable law enforcement agency for disposition as abandoned property; or if contraband, for destruction. [Amended effective September 1, 2002]
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