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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.

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If you’ve been served a search warrant for your home, business place, or other premises, it’s wise to contact us for intense legal representation as quickly as possible.
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frequently asked questions

  • Can I refuse to allow my property to be searched when the police officer has a search warrant?
    That is not recommended. A police officer with a search warrant in hand has the right to forcefully execute that warrant. Stay out of the officer’s way and contact your attorney.
  • What if I interfere with a search that is warranted?
    Do not attempt to interfere with the police searching your premises when they have a warrant. If you do, they will likely use physical force to subdue, restrain, and arrest you. Instead of that, watch them closely to see what they do, and be calm.
  • What are the current search warrant laws in Wyoming, Michigan?
    A magistrate or judge in Wyoming, MI, can issue a search warrant if he or she finds the probable cause to do so. Every warrant issued must be explicit about the premises, people, or objects to be searched.
  • Where can I learn more about Michigan’s search warrant rules & regulations?
    The Calhoun County, Michigan government provides this website to learn more about Michigan's search warrant laws.
  • Can Attorney David G. Moore help me with my search warrant situation?
    Yes, most definitely. If the police show up with a search warrant, it's likely that they'll question you while searching. Contact our office, early on, so that we can guide you about what to say, and what not to say.
  • How do I acquire the help of the David G. Moore Law Firm in Wyoming?
    You can always do that quickly and easily by calling us at 269-446-1501, or by filling out our convenient online contact form. One of our responsive team will get in touch with you promptly.