One of the methods used to investigate crimes, track down vital evidence and information, question potential witnesses and arrest suspects is through search and seizure. A search is a legal hunt for property, documents, communications, or other items believed to be evidence of a crime; seizure is the act of taking possession of those items.
Each search and seizure must comply with the Constitution. You have rights afforded you by the Fourth Amendment and those rights include the need for probable cause before legal search and seizures can occur. So, if you or a loved one are the victim of an illegal search and seizure you need to contact an experienced attorney at the firm right away. They are here to advise you of your legal rights and give you expert representation to protect those rights.
While some search and seizures are perfectly legal, there are instances where illegal search and seizures can occur. Sometimes individuals are unaware of their rights as laid out by the Fourth Amendment and as a result unknowingly forgo those rights. There are places and instances where there is no reasonable expectation of privacy, however if an individual is unaware of the laws surrounding search and seizures they may give permission for a search when they had no legal requirement to do so.
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