Have Your Rights Been Violated In A Criminal Law Case?

Law enforcement must be careful in every detail of the arrest process. If during the arrest process, a person’s rights are violated, it is possible that the evidence obtained by law enforcement will not be admissible in court. A motion to suppress can be filed with the court as a formal request to have certain evidence excluded from the proceedings. Under the U.S. Constitution, as well as under the Texas Constitution, and other specific laws, certain rights of individuals are protected. When any of these rights are violated, it opens the door to the possibility of having certain evidence suppressed. You are protected against violations of your 4th Amendment rights, which allow you to be protected from unreasonable search and seizure. Police make mistakes. At the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, we should review your case immediately to determine if your rights were violated, or if any other errors occurred. The number of times this occurs is far more than you might expect. Human beings can make errors, and when it is law enforcement, this can open the door for your defense, or even result in a full dismissal of charges. When the crucial evidence against you was obtained illegally, a motion to suppress must be filed by your Plano appeals attorney immediately.

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Miranda Rights, Search And Seizure & Illegal Stops

If you were the target of a criminal investigation, and you were interrogated, it is critical that you are aware that you have the right to an attorney. There have been many cases in which a person of interest was pressured for hours and finally made a false confession due to the duress, confusion, and fear that they experienced. Once you ask for a lawyer, the interrogation must end at once until the arrival of your defense counsel. When you are arrested, you must be read your Miranda Rights. If your home, office or other area was searched and evidence was obtained without a search warrant, your rights may have been violated by an illegal search and seizure. If so, any evidence obtained should not be allowed to be presented to the court in your case. In many cases, a successful motion to suppress brings the entire case to an end, as the prosecutor no longer has the evidence needed to convict. We urge you to contact our firm at once for information about your case. We believe that every person accused of a crime should have the best possible defense. We fight for our clients from start to finish. Find out if it may be possible to file a motion to suppress in your case.

Contact A Plano Criminal Defense Attorney Today!

When an arrest has been made, it is imperative that you have a criminal lawyer review every detail of the case against you. This can allow your attorney to identify any violations of your rights that may have taken place at any step of the process. For example, a rights violation could occur when you were initially stopped by police. If you were not exhibiting any criminal or suspicious behavior, you cannot be pulled over (except in the special situation of a roadside checkpoint). If you were driving within the speed limit, were not endangering others by unsafe driving conduct, were not guilty of any minor infraction, you have the right to be safe from being stopped without probable cause. No matter what your situation is, you can be confident that the criminal defense team at the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, can assist you. We are zealous defenders of the rights of the criminally accused, and we are prepared to act quickly if any violation of rights has taken place. We know what to look for and how to best present a formal motion to suppress to the court in order to improve your chance of success. Contact our Plano criminal defense law firm today for the help you deserve!