Practice Areas

Unlawful Search and Seizure

Whether during an investigation or after formal charges have been filed, police and government agencies must follow legal protocols and meet certain standards in order to lawfully search your person or your property. Similarly, procedural and substantive requirements must be met before any person or entity can seize your property as evidence. If those standards were not met, police and prosecutors may not be able to use that evidence against you. Effectively challenging a search or seizure could be the difference between winning and losing your case.  

If you are the subject of a police investigation or the defendant in a criminal case, the evidence against you will play a major role in any outcome. If you can successfully challenge a police search or seizure, thereby getting the evidence thrown out of court and stricken from the record, your case may improve substantially.  

We will review your case and analyze whether you can challenge the admissibility of evidence collected from an unlawful search and seizure. Call or e-mail us to learn more about what our experienced attorneys can do for you. We offer evening and weekend appointments.

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