Illegal Search And Seizure

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures. Even though many exceptions allow the admission of otherwise inadmissible evidence, police must have probable cause for every search and seizure.
When it comes to drug-related cases, it's often a question as to the legality of how the evidence was obtained that enters into question.

If it's proved that the police violated the rights of the accused, the evidence cannot be used in court. If the evidence can't be used, the state may have no choice but to drop the case. If you've been arrested and charged with a drug crime, it's vital that you remain silent until you've had a chance to consult with an experienced criminal defense lawyer.

Attorney Leonard R. Morgan has the experience and knowledge of the law regarding search and seizure that can make a crucial difference in the outcome of your case.

Illegal Search Seizure

Drug Related Cases Defense

Evidence excluded from use at trial as the result of an illegal search can lead in the case against you being dismissed, or significantly improve your chances of reaching a favorable outcome.

Contact illegal search and seizure lawyer Leonard R. Morgan today (512) 686-6562.