In Nevada, the government can seize any property that was obtained directly or indirectly from the actual or attempted commission of a crime.  “Any property” includes personal property (computers, firearms), real property (land, houses), and money.  The property can be seized during arrest or with a warrant.  Further, if you have done absolutely nothing wrong but own property with another person, the government can seize the entire property—based on whatever they think the co-owner did.   

You will have notice that the government is trying to take your belongings and you have the right to fight back in a legal proceeding.  Keep in mind that you do not need to be convicted of a crime in order for the government to take your property.
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