Georgia law permits law enforcement to take certain property which is alleged to be the product or procedes of illicit activity. If your property was seized pursuant to alleged criminal conduct, you have a right to be heard.
The State will most likely serve you with civil forfeiture action naming the property as the defendant. If you have a claim to the property, you must take action to preserve your right to it.
In many cases, the property owner is not even the one accused of the wrongdoing. If your property has been seized, it is of the upmost importance that you seek legal counsel immediately. Time is of the essence in civil forfeiture cases.