Phoenix Illegal Search And Seizure Attorney

Most people understand that law enforcement officials cannot conduct an illegal search and seizure, but the reality is that this happens all the time in and around the Phoenix area. Citizens in Arizona are supposed to be protected under the US and state constitutions.

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However, the Younglove Law Firm is here to help when you need a Phoenix illegal search and seizure defense attorney. For years, we have helped clients successfully challenge evidence that the government has improperly obtained. Let us get to work on your case today.

Why choose the Younglove Law Firm for help with this case?

When you have been arrested as a result of an illegal search and seizure, turn to an attorney with trusted experience in the Phoenix area. The Younglove Law Firm is standing by to help.

  • As a former prosecutor, Attorney Younglove thoroughly understands search and seizure procedures and will be able to recognize when those procedures were not followed.
  • The Younglove Law Firm has been helping residents in this area with illegal search and seizure cases since 1997.
  • We handle cases in municipal, state, federal, and appellate courts throughout the greater Phoenix area and all of Arizona.

How will an attorney help an illegal search and seizure case?

A Phoenix criminal defense lawyer is going to be incredibly beneficial for a suspected illegal search and seizure case. These are procedural matters, and most people charged with crimes lack the technical and legal expertise to recognize when a search was conducted illegally. A Phoenix illegal search and seizure attorney can:

  • Obtain all documents and footage used in your case that shows how the evidence was collected.
  • Handle all communication and negotiation with law enforcement and prosecutors in an effort to get the charges against you reduced or dismissed.
  • Work to have any illegally obtained evidence thrown out so that it cannot be used against you with charging decisions or at trial.
  • Negotiate with prosecutors to obtain a favorable plea agreement or less serious charges.
  • Prepare your case for trial. If your attorney determines that you have been the victim of an illegal search and seizure, this is evidence the jury will want to see.

Defining illegal searches and seizures

Anytime law enforcement officials are engaging in searches and seizures, there are a number of rules that apply meant to minimize the risk of any illegal search and seizure. First and foremost, the Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution protects those accused of crimes from illegal searches and seizures. The language in the Constitution is meant to protect those accused of crimes from government misconduct, including:

  • Police tampering with evidence
  • Police planting evidence
  • Police searching your home without a warrant
  • Improperly obtaining a confession
  • Improper detentions
  • Other rights violations

Additionally, there are hundreds of court cases that further define what an illegal search and seizure looks like. As technology continues to evolve, so do the rules involving searches and seizures.

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If you or somebody you care about has been arrested and charged as a result of an illegal search and seizure, contact an attorney immediately. At the Younglove Law Firm, we have the experience you need to thoroughly investigate your case in an effort to get the charges against you reduced or dismissed. Our Phoenix illegal search and seizure attorney will not hesitate to defend your rights in court. You can contact us for a confidential consultation of your case by clicking here or calling us at (602) 737-3333.