Austin Search Warrant Lawyers

Officers Must Follow Strict Procedure

It is important to realize that there are many cases where a warrant was obtained without the requisite probable cause, or where officer misconduct during the warrant's execution provides a means of dismissing the charges against you. A warrant to obtain a blood test in the event of a DWI must follow a specific procedure; a petition must be presented to the judge in the correct way, in a timely manner, etc.

In the event that someone's property or person is searched where evidence is obtained to make an arrest in a way that is not compliant, it may be possible to suppress the evidence. Suppressed evidence cannot be used against you in trial, so in most cases where a suppression order is granted, the underlying case may be dismissed.

If you believe your rights were violated at any point during an arrest, our legal team is here for you.

Illegal Search And Seizure

Our attorneys have years of expertise in Travis County, and we understand the complex requirements on law enforcement in drafting, obtaining and executing a search warrant without violating a defendant's rights. Our lawyers can help you move to suppress the evidence against you when it was obtained in violation of your constitutional rights. We strongly encourage you to reach out as soon as possible so that you are able to protect your rights and purse an ideal resolution as efficiently and effectively as possible. If your money or property was seized during your arrest, we have experience in having your funds or property returned to you.

To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Austin search warrant attorneys at Granger and Mueller PC, call 512-474-9999 or email the firm.