Search & Seizure Laws in a Drug Case

Under the 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the police cannot conduct a search of you or your property without having a valid search warrant or justifiable cause. If the police violate your constitutional rights against unlawful searches and seizures, any evidence that was seized during the search will be deemed inadmissible in court, and the prosecution will not be able to use it against you as part of their case.

Charged with a Drug Crime in Oakland or Wayne County?

If you have been arrested for a drug crime, and you think your constitutional rights were violated, it is crucial that you speak with an experienced Michigan drug crime defense attorney at the Law Offices of Freedman & Freedman right away. If we can prove the police conducted an unlawful search and/or seizure, we can file a motion to suppress the evidence and work aggressively to get your charges reduced to a lesser offense or have the case thrown out completely. The 4th Amendment has saved countless clients from additional prosecution for a drug offense, and may be an effective defense strategy against your charges as well.

To learn more, please do not hesitate to contact an experienced and dedicated Michigan drug defense lawyer at our office today by filling out a free case evaluation or by calling 1 (888) 252-8582. We look forward to defending you and helping you fight your charges!