Illegal Search and Seizure Lawyers in Hamilton County
Our constitution clearly provides that all citizens shall be free from illegal search and seizure. Nevertheless, overzealous police often arrest people based on unwarranted traffic stops, illegal property searches, and illegal seizures of drugs and contraband. In order to protect the rights of all of us as Americans, when appropriate we ask courts to “throw” out all evidence that was obtained illegally. Often, when key evidence is declared inadmissible because of the illegality of the search or seizure, the prosecution is forced to dismiss the case, as there is usually not sufficient other evidence that would support a conviction.
We Fight for Your Rights
When a client is arrested, we will want to understand the full set of circumstances concerning any search and seizure, as well as the facts concerning the arrest itself. We often contest evidence gained in an illegal search and seizure that results in marijuana charges, and dispute chemical test results concerning drunk driving arrests. We want to know if the police wrongfully elicited damaging statements from clients in violation of their rights.
We will challenge the prosecution by showing any holes that exist in their cases. We want them to know that we will vigorously challenge their efforts to convict at every juncture.
Call Us so that We Can Protect You
A first-time arrest is embarrassing. An arrest while having a criminal record brings uncertainty of the future. Not knowing what comes next could lead to you resolving your DUI or drug crime problems without an attorney. Any communication with law enforcement when you should maintain your right to remain silent can compromise your case.
We pursue the best outcome for residents of Indiana and out-of-state music enthusiasts visiting Klipsch Music Center (formerly Verizon and Deer Creek). From the initial stop for a possible traffic offense to the final outcome of their cases, we remain at the side of our clients.
We spend time with clients to assess their specific situations and the events that led up to an arrest. Many of these types of crimes can be a result of substance abuse or addiction. Taking an individualized approach allows us to customize strategies and pursue potential outcomes in the best interests of our clients.
Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation
We are available at our office, which is located in the historic Adler Building on 9th and Maple. We are available weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m, as well as on evenings and by appointment. For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation, contact a criminal defense attorney at 317-773-1974.