What happens at the hearing?

The Judge will review the evidence, hear testimony, and make a determination if the property should be returned to you, the plaintiff, or if the property should remain in the possession of the defendant.

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1. If someone is holding some of my property and will not release it to me, what can I do?
2. What do I need to file a replevin?
3. How much does it cost to file a replevin?
4. What forms of payment do you accept?
5. What happens once I file the replevin?
6. What happens at the hearing?
7. What happens if the Judge orders that my property can be returned to me?