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The U.S. Constitution’s Fourth Amendment stands as a bulwark against any illicit search and seizure actions by the police, ensuring that investigative zeal doesn’t override the rights of individuals.
At our firm, we’re staunch advocates for upholding this constitutional protection and are committed to contesting any evidence sourced from a breach of this amendment.
As a seasoned criminal defense attorney, I’ve devoted my practice to addressing cases involving illegal search and seizure, representing clients in New Haven and extending to courtrooms across Connecticut, including Hartford. My expertise spans both state and federal criminal laws, ensuring a comprehensive defense tailored to each case’s nuances.
Numerous criminal charges hinge heavily on evidence, and the legitimacy of its acquisition can make or break a case. Some of these include:
There are instances where the police may sidestep established protocols and legal parameters during their investigations. Such deviations can pertain to the way they secure and implement search warrants, gather wiretap evidence, or other investigative tools. If any evidence against you was secured in contravention of your constitutional rights, our objective will be to contest its legality.
By filing motions to suppress or exclude such inadmissible evidence, we aim to challenge its validity and the manner of its acquisition. Our ultimate goal is to ensure it doesn’t factor into your prosecution. If this evidence forms the crux of the case against you, we’ll leverage its exclusion to push for a reduction or outright dismissal of the charges levied against you.
Should you require a resolute and meticulous defense attorney, be it for a drug-related offense, a DUI case, or a theft charge, reach out to us either online or by dialing 855-PLD-THE5 for a complimentary phone consultation.
I maintain office hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., but am available during weekends, evenings, and holidays upon appointment. Payment plans are available for clients — further details can be discussed upon consultation.