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A search warrant for your home or other property in Holland, Michigan, grants police the authority to enter, look around, and gather anything that they suspect to be evidence of a crime. The police are not in the habit of giving advance warnings about when they will serve search warrants, and so, in most cases, people being served are caught completely off guard. If this happens to you, it’s crucial to have dedicated, experienced legal representation in your corner.

 

You don’t have to worry about what to say, what not to say, or what to do if the police are suddenly at your door demanding entrance with a search warrant in hand. Don’t interfere with their business. Allow them to do as they do, while you call your attorney here at the David G. Moore Law Firm. Attorney Moore is a former assistant prosecuting attorney in both Cass and Saint Joseph County, MI. He’s always ready to protect your rights – in and out of the courtroom.

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All family law and criminal defense attorneys here at the David G. Moore Law Firm have a deep understanding of what police are and are not allowed to do when serving search warrants. Let us protect your rights.

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Collaborating with our attorneys is always confidential and personalized. We’ll make it a point to understand the smallest nuances of your situation so that we can represent you most effectively.
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We’ve helped thousands of our neighbors in Western Michigan deal with cases involving search warrants. Trust in our decades of experience in dealing with judges and other court officials.

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frequently asked questions

  • Can I refuse to allow the Holland, Michigan police in my home if they have a search warrant?
    That is not advised. If you attempt to prohibit officers from searching through your home or other property that they have a search warrant issued for, the results could be quite disappointing. Be cordial and keep your words few. Contact your attorney here at our law firm and allow her or him to guide you about what to say and do next.
  • What if I DO attempt to stop a police officer from searching my home or property if they have a search warrant?
    The police have the right and will not hesitate to physically detain you while they do their search. You'll most likely also incur charges related to the event. You could be physically controlled, arrested, and incarcerated. Allow the police to perform their duties without interference. Call your attorney.
  • What is a search warrant affidavit?
    An affidavit is a legal document that dictates the legal grounds for issuing a search warrant. It will state any facts or credible assertions that justify its issuance, and specify which property is to be searched.
  • What determines whether a search warrant can be issued in Holland, MI?
    As it is in most locations in the United States, a magistrate or judge can issue a search warrant for a property, vehicle, or anything else he or she deems necessary to further an investigation.
  • How can a David G. Moore Law Firm criminal defense attorney help me if the police show up with a search warrant?
    We can help you throughout each step of the entire process that follows. The police will likely be throwing questions at you as they search the premises, and you'll find our advice about answering these questions is invaluable. Count on us to protect your rights while guiding you about what to say and do.
  • How can I contact the David G. Moore Law Firm for help with a search warrant issue?
    Just call us at your convenience at (269) 895-6990. We’re here to help with intelligent, friendly legal advocacy throughout the entire process.