If history is any guide, the bitcoin will be auctioned off sooner rather than later.
I just found a multimillion dollar SF condo and land in Liberia, Costa Rica on the US Marshalls website.
Especially for relatively low-value items (like laptops, phones, et c) stuff that the state seizes cannot be cost effectively retrieved, even in the absence of a charge or conviction. You're looking at a minimum of $10k USD in legal fees to begin demanding your stuff back.
The "innocent until proven guilty" policy is mostly a myth in the USA.
Quite literally. They file suit against the items themselves, and always win.
In general just an incredibly low effort/value comment.
* I don't intend snark either but I'm not sure how to put it politely...