As a defendant, you may be subject to unreasonable search and seizure by law enforcement. This means a police officer violated your privacy rights by searching your items and belongings without probable cause and no warrant.
In such cases, a criminal attorney can help you find a constitutional remedy. The exclusionary rule is one remedy that applies to unreasonable search and seizure. This way, any evidence collected in such a manner won’t be introduced in court.
Additionally, you can’t sue the law enforcement officer that conducts the unreasonable search and seizure due to qualified immunity that protects government employees.
O’Dekirk Law is happy to help you with your criminal case by providing you with the best criminal attorney. Contact us today to get qualified attorneys.