On May 25, 2016, the Police searched and seized property in my residence with a no-knock search warrant
. The warrant included my residence and my person. They also entered my tenant's residence by kicking in his locked door located in the basement of my residence without his or my permission. His name or residence was not listed on the warrant. I have a legal rental agreement with him. They seized computers, disks, CD's, phones, etc. from both my residence and my tenant's residence. My tenant was home at the time and was in his underwear, handcuffed, humulated, and taken to a police car in his underwear, and then released. Neither myself nor my tenant were arrested.
1. How do I get mine and my tenant's possessions
back. The evidence that they were trying to find doesn't exist on anything they seized.
2. I can not afford a lawyer, so I need to know how to proceed on my own, including any statutes, laws, forms, etc. I need to file, and when to do so.
3. What other options or advice can you give me?
I am located in the city of Omaha in the county of Douglas in the State of Nebraska.