Understanding Illegal Search And Seizure

Some drug cases are thrown out based on the fact that the criminal accusation began with an illegal traffic stop or an illegal search by police. Sometimes police have no business searching a vehicle, a person or a home. The problem is that unless you take them to task, law enforcement personnel will usually not admit that they have broken the law themselves.

If you have been charged with a drug offense in Florida, you need proper defense representation. You should not answer questions from law enforcement without first talking to a lawyer. You should explore your legal rights with an experienced defense attorney who can explain what options you may have for fighting the charges. In some cases, it is possible to have a drug case thrown out because of an illegal search.

Protect Your Civil Rights. Get An Experienced Defense Lawyer On Your Side.

I am attorney Jason Rogozinski. At Rogo Law, based in Tampa and Plant City, Florida, I devote my practice to criminal defense. I am well-known for protecting my clients' civil rights and helping them reach outcomes that are favorable based on their circumstances. I can help you if your case involves:

  • An illegal traffic stop
  • Drugs found in a car
  • A prescription drug offense
  • Marijuana possession
  • Police brutality or other civil rights violations

Questions About Illegal Search And Seizure? | Contact Me For A Free Consultation.

The U.S. Constitution provides protection against illegal searches and seizures, but every situation is different. Talk to me about your drug case. As your defense attorney, I will carefully evaluate the facts and help you understand your options for addressing the charges you face. The initial consultation is free and confidential.