In many cases, search and seizure plays a huge role in the prosecution’s case, as police use searches and seizure to gather evidence and build a case against an alleged offender. Search and seizure is an especially prominent factor in Southfield drug crime cases and anyone accused of a drug offense should take action to fight back against illegal search and seizure and the false convictions that can result from these rights violations. Grabel & Associates knows what it takes to protect clients against illegal search and seizure, and our highly talented attorneys have extensive experience defending clients in drug crime cases involving unlawful search and seizure of a person and/or property. As soon as you contact our aggressive criminal defense team, we will begin to protect your rights, no matter what the specifics of your case are. We know what it takes to win in tough misdemeanor and felony cases, and have the skill needed to guide you or your loved on to the most beneficial result possible. Contact our team immediately for a free initial case consultation and begin your fight for justice now.
Under the direction of qualified trial lawyer Scott Grabel, the Southfield drug crime defense team at Grabel & Associates will work with you to identify violations of your rights that have occurred throughout investigation, and then walk you through the steps you need to take to ensure these violations do not impact the outcome of your case. We know what to do in order to prove that a search or seizure violated your constitutional rights, as well as what impact this can have in your specific Southfield drug crime case. Get in touch with our team online or by phone right now and learn more about what we can do to guide you through your case to a case dismissal, court victory, beneficial plea or sentence, or other favorable result.
Anytime an officer searches a person or his or her vehicle, home, or property, a search has taken place and certain laws and regulations must be complied with. Seizure, on the other hand, occurs when an individual is detained on suspicion of criminal wrongdoing. For both search and seizure in a drug crime case, it is crucial that the defendant ensures that none of his or her rights have been violated, as police and prosecutors won’t be looking out for the rights of the accused. Our firm can help you determine whether or not evidence in your case has been lawfully gained, and walk you through additional steps you need to take to protect yourself.
Under both state and federal law, you are protected against searches and seizures that are deemed unlawful, which in most cases means that without a warrant, you cannot be searched unless you allow the search to take place. As a general rule, you should never speak to police before contacting a lawyer, but this especially holds true in drug crime cases. Talking to police may lead to you accidentally or even knowingly giving the officers consent to search your person or property, which could allow them to build a case against you, even if you were previously certain that you had nothing to hide. Never allow police to search you unless they have a lawful warrant based on probable cause, simply politely decline the police request until they are able to produce a warrant, and hire an attorney to protect you as you proceed throughout your case. Grabel & Associates is a firm committed to protecting Southfield’s accused, and we are always available to begin guiding you or your loved one through the initial investigative stages or the trial portion of your case. No matter what the details of your case, get in touch as soon as you can and fight back against conviction.
At Grabel & Associates, our firm is committed to protecting clients from wrongful conviction, which means that we will do everything we can to keep illegally obtained or fabricated evidence out of your case. For over a decade we have been guiding clients to great case results, and our past clients will tell you just how much of a difference our Southfield attorneys can make in drug crime cases. Contact us right now to get started and fight to protect your rights and freedom.
Our firm is available by phone at all times for anyone statewide in need of criminal case guidance. Call 1-800-342-7896 toll free or contact our team online now to begin your legal battle.