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Illegal Search & Seizure

Protecting Clients’ Constitutional Rights

Under the 4th Amendment to the Constitution, Americans have a right to be free from illegal searches and seizures. At the Law Office of Anthony B. Cantrell, we are committed to protecting and enforcing this sacred right.

Our criminal defense law firm has vigorously protected the constitutional rights of clients since our founding in 1989. Contact us today to discuss your case with our principal attorney, Anthony B. Cantrell, during a free, no obligation consultation.

Challenging Illegally Obtained Evidence

In general, law enforcement officials are only allowed to search your property if they have probable cause. In addition, any search of your home requires a valid warrant. If the police violate this law and arrest you based on illegally obtained evidence, the case against you may be dismissed.

If you have been charged with a drug crime or another misdemeanor or felony, we will immediately begin evaluating the circumstances behind your arrest. Any evidence gathered through the illegal search and seizure of your property will be inadmissible. We will file the necessary motions to have any improperly obtained evidence suppressed.

Contact an Experienced Illegal Search and Seizure Lawyer

The strength of the evidence is the key to a successful prosecution. Without strong evidence, there is simply no case. Protect your rights and do not allow police officers to conduct an improper search. If you have been charged with a crime following an illegal search or seizure, contact an attorney immediately.

To discuss your case with an experienced defense attorney, call 210-888-9653 or contact our office online.

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