My question involves criminal law for the state of: Oklahoma
Last month the police executed a search warrant looking for child porn, electronics, recording devices, and etc. The reason is that a 17 year old falsely accused me of molesting them last year. Well finally after a few weeks of them having kicked my door in they called and said that I can pick up my stuff and that the DA isn't going to file charges due to a lack of evidence. Well my attorney came with me to pick up my stuff and wanted a receipt of things taken and the probable cause affidavit. The investigator said it was sealed and they called the judge and he refused to unseal or even give a copy to my attorney. The investigator allowed my attorney to compare the sheet of returned items with what was taken "unofficially" and we had everything returned.
So if everything has been returned and they didn't keep anything then why are the still not willing to unseal at least the probable cause affidavit? According to the original detective they ordered it sealed due to my reputation in the community but that didn't help because the media got a hold of it and the police are investigating how it got out. Does anyone know why they wouldn't allow me access or my attorney?