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Grand Rapids search warrants lawyer offers expert legal guidance and representation for clients involved in cases concerning search warrants, advocating for their legal rights and challenging evidence obtained through search warrants.

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In most cases, the police cannot search your home, vehicle, business, or person without a search warrant signed by a judge. These search warrants are commonplace in criminal investigations, and you are required to comply with them when they are issued by a judge. 

If you have been served with a search warrant, it is vital that you seek out legal counsel right away. Your attorney could help you understand your rights and obligations under the warrant. They might also be able to help you develop a trial strategy if the police overstepped their legal bounds during the search. 

Portage search warrant lawyer David G. Moore has a long history of reviewing searches to determine if they are legal. If the police went beyond the scope of the warrant, our firm might be able to help you have evidence in your case excluded from trial.

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Attorney David G. Moore is an experienced litigator that knows how to win at trail. He is ready to help you understand your rights related to a search warrant and defend those rights when necessary.
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Our goal is to answer all of the questions you might have about a search warrant in a timely manner. We are dedicated to keeping you informed about the legality of these searches.
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When the scope of a search warrant is violated, it can invalidate the evidence against you. Our firm knows how to build a defense strategy around an illegal search or seizure.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Do the Police Get a Search Warrant?
    The right to search your property or vehicle is not left up to the police. Instead, they must ask a judge for a warrant after providing the judge with a statement on the reason a search is necessary.
  • Should I Call an Attorney After Being Served with a Search Warrant?
    It is always a good idea to speak to legal counsel after being served with a search warrant. Your lawyer could help you determine if the police are within the bounds of the warrant. They could also advise you of your rights.
  • Do Police Always Need a Search Warrant in Portage?
    There are situations where the police are allowed to search without a warrant. The most common example is when the property or vehicle owner gives their consent to a search. The police also have the right to search a vehicle before they impound it.
  • Do I Have to Consent to a Search?
    You are under no obligation to consent to a search of your property. Even if the police suggest you are required to comply, you have the option to say no.
  • What Happens if a Search is Illegal?
    If the police illegally search your property, your attorney could have any evidence they uncover excluded from trial.
  • What Happens if I Don’t Comply With a Search Warrant?
    The police cannot compel you to comply with a request to search your property. However, they can seek a warrant from a judge if you do not voluntarily allow them to search.