(a) In a proceeding on a complaint for a return of money, an acquittal, dismissal,
or nolle prosequi with respect to the gambling charges or indictments involved in
the seizure of the money is prima facie evidence that the money is not contraband.
(b) A conviction, plea of guilty or of nolo contendere, or probation under § 6-220 of this article is prima facie evidence that the money is contraband.
(c) Marking a charge “stet” on the docket does not create any presumption as to whether
money is contraband.
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