Full Analysis Of Illegal Search And Seizure Issues

Many routine traffic stops turn into nightmares when police unlawfully expand the scope of an investigation. The Fourth Amendment places limits on what the police can and cannot do during an investigation. Often, members of law enforcement will try to sidestep the constitutional protection against unlawful searches and seizures.

Police must have a lawful basis to search for drugs or other contraband in a car. Unfortunately, officers may unjustifiably extend a traffic stop or search a vehicle without sufficient probable cause to search, leading to the unfair discovery of drugs. It is vital for people to understand their rights. If you have been charged with a serious offense, you should speak with an experienced criminal defense lawyer to understand your options in fighting the allegations.

Local Knowledge And Solid Defense Strategies

At the Abbott Law Firm, P.C., in Marietta, Georgia, I bring extensive criminal defense experience to the table. Backed by more than 10 years of experience focusing solely on criminal defense, I have developed a deep understanding of the law. Moreover, my local experience in courtrooms throughout Cobb, Paulding and DeKalb counties provides me with focused insight into the tendencies of local members of law enforcement, as well as how prosecutors will view the evidence. I can thoroughly analyze your case to protect your rights. If any improper tactics were used to gain evidence against you, I will fight to suppress the evidence seeking to avoid a wrongful conviction.

Members of law enforcement are trained to get individuals to give up many of their rights during an investigation. Police will often try to avoid the warrant requirement of the Constitution by seeking consent from a suspect. While I cannot change the facts of any case, I leave no stone unturned to prepare and present the best defense possible.

I will work one-on-one with you throughout the process, and explain all of the available options. Each person accused of a crime deserves to work with an attorney who cares what the client thinks. I am that lawyer.

Call To Get Answers From A Seasoned Defense Lawyer

I offer a no-obligation, free initial consultation where you can discuss your case and get answers from an experienced attorney. To arrange your confidential meeting, call 678-831-0345 or toll free at 800-737-1251 or contact me online.