SLCrRLJ 6.13 (f) EVIDENCE - COURT'S CUSTODY OF EXHIBITS 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 the exhibit upon motion of the party and the expiration of the appeal period. Exhibits not withdrawn shall be delivered by the court to the applicable law enforcement agency for disposition as abandoned property, or if contraband, for destruction. No exhibit shall be released by the court without obtaining a receipt from the person or agency receiving it.
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