Solano County Search and Seizure Attorney
Search and Seizure of Your Business
According to the Fourth Amendment, your business is protected from illegal searches and seizures. If you feel that you have been charged with a crime due to an unlawful search and seizure in Solano County, do not hesitate in calling the Maas Law Offices. Our firm protects clients facing criminal charges due to evidence obtained illegally by an officer. In many cases, if there is no probable cause or emergency condition for a law enforcement officer to search your business, he or she must present a search warrant in order to search the premises.
If no search warrant was presented and there is no obvious probable cause, you may have a case on your hands. Our Solano County criminal defense lawyer at the firm can help protect your rights and fight to prove that you have been the victim of an illegal search and seizure. It is an unfortunate situation when this occurs, but some cases go unnoticed, with a defendant fearing that the prosecution has evidence against him or her. Unfortunately, the case could have been stopped in its tracks due to the unlawful nature of the evidence. When evidence is brought up from an illegal search and seizure, the evidence is no longer allowed to be used directly against the defendant in court.
Contact a Solano County Search & Seizure Lawyer
If you have been accused of a crime due to evidence that has been illegally obtained, now is the time to call our office! We work diligently to represent clients who have had their businesses, homes, person and cars searched by law enforcement. Even if a search warrant was presented, the warrant may only be for a specific area of your business. If law enforcement deviated from the warrant, you may be able to have that additional evidence dropped, allowing your chances of a favorable outcome in your case to increase. For more information on searches and seizures of your business, contact a Fairfield search and seizure lawyer at our office today.