Brentwood Illegal Search and Seizure Lawyer
Your rights must be protected. If the prosecution’s case against you hinges on or enhances your charges based on evidence confiscated in an illegal search and seizure of your home, vehicle or other property, there may be grounds to suppress the evidence so it cannot be used against you. Under the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, criminal suspects have the right to be free of illegal search and seizure.
I have been aggressively protecting the rights of people in the middle Tennessee region from illegal search and seizure for nearly 20 years. In that time, I have worked with clients who have been subject to violations by law enforcement related to criminal drug, DUI and theft charges.
As your lawyer, I will fully examine every circumstance of your case and triple check to investigate whether law enforcement officers followed procedure correctly. Mistakes can be made in issuing and in obtaining warrants. Searches might have been conducted improperly.
Your rights are important.
Contact the law office of Judy A. Oxford, Attorney at Law, today to schedule a consultation with a Brentwood illegal search and seizure attorney. I will strive to ensure that you understand your options along with exactly how I can help in our first meeting.
Examining The Facts | Protecting Clients From Rights Violations
I will help you gain a full understanding of your rights and help you make informed decisions throughout the process of your defense. Whether your case involves an unlawful vehicle search during a traffic stop, a search of your home or business, or wire taps, I can help you evaluate your options for defense.
We will look at whether the police officers had probable cause, a search warrant or your consent to search your property, or whether there is some other basis for arguing that your Fourth Amendment rights have been violated. Probable cause is often a disputed issue, and I have years of experience examining in this issue in a variety of cases.