In Wyoming, Michigan, a judge might order a search warrant, giving police officers the right to enter a specific premises while trying to gather valuable evidence to prove that a crime has been committed. And it probably doesn’t surprise you that the police aren’t very keen about announcing when they will deliver these search warrants beforehand. And with that, it happens that a lot of people are taken off-guard, and left with no time to think about how to react, when the law enforcement teams begin showing up and demanding entrance.
If you’re involved in a similar situation, the first thing you need to do is remain calm. Know that you have the right to legal counsel, and the right to remain silent until you have met with that council. If the police have served you with a search warrant, waste no time contacting the no-nonsense attorneys at the David G. Moore Law Firm. Attorney Moore is a former assistant prosecutor, and he understands exactly how the state is permitted to gather evidence, and how it’s not. Call him or one of his highly effective team of defense attorneys today at 269-446-1501 for personalized care.