Search and Seizure

Search and Seizure

Challenge Your Charges with a Scranton Drug Attorney

When law enforcement performs a search and seizure it must be done in a legal manner. Before a search and seizure can be properly conducted, law enforcement & investigators must first either have “probable cause” or a person’s permission. If neither of these happens, then a search warrant may be obtained and must be signed by a judge granting permission before a search and seizure can be legally conducted.

When law enforcement officers and/or investigators fail to follow the correct procedures to conduct a legal search and seizure, any evidence they obtain may be dismissed by the courts. This can then be very beneficial to a person’s case and may result in a dismissal of charges because the fourth amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives them the right to be free from illegal search and seizure.

Excellent Criminal Defense Attorney for Scranton, Wilkes-Barre and North Pennsylvania

Please contact a Scranton drug crime defense attorney at the Rogan Law Firm today if you believe that you have fallen victim to an illegal search and seizure. An experienced Scranton lawyer from our firm can review the facts of the case to determine whether or not any mistakes may have been made. In addition, we can help explain your legal rights and the many legal defenses that may help to clear you of your charges.

The Rogan Law Firm represents clients facing serious misdemeanor and felony drug charges including those involving meth, marijuana, cocaine, heroin, ecstasy, LSD, prescription drugs or any other illegal substances. Please contact a Scranton search and seizure attorney at our firm today to schedule a free consultation. We represent clients throughout Scranton, Wilkes-Barre and North Pennsylvania. Are you or a loved one the victim of an illegal search and seizure? Contact us today!