ILLEGAL SEARCH AND SEIZURE IN FLORIDA

The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution protects every American against unreasonable search and seizure. The law is clear with regard to a person's rights in these matters, and any violation can cause illegally obtained evidence to be suppressed by the court, making it unusable by the prosecution.

If you have been charged with a drug crime or any other offense that relied on evidence that was uncovered in a police search, you should have your case reviewed by a skilled criminal defense lawyer immediately. In too many instances, people are convicted of crimes based on evidence that should never have made it into the courtroom.

Strong Advocates For People Facing Criminal Charges

Representing clients in the Orlando area and throughout Central Florida, the attorneys at Michael J. Snure, P.A., have helped to prevent countless wrongful convictions. We have a complete understanding of the law, and we are highly skilled at identifying violations of our clients' rights. If we find any indication that law enforcement has acted improperly during the investigation of your case, we will take immediate action to suppress any evidence that was obtained illegally.

There can be a number of issues that can constitute an illegal search, including:

  • Lack of probable cause
  • Conducting a search without a warrant
  • Flaws in the search warrant
  • Law enforcement overstepping the authority of a warrant
  • Misrepresentations or material omissions by law enforcement

Contact Our Winter Park Office About Your Case

We offer a no-obligation initial consultation where you can discuss your case with an attorney. You can reach us by phone at any time by calling 407-469-6200. You may also contact us via email to schedule an appointment.