Illegal Search And Seizure

No matter what the situation or alleged crime, law enforcement officers must follow strict guidelines in gathering evidence against you. The Constitution details very specific protections that limit the ways police can interact with you. If you or a loved one was the victim of illegal search and seizure, call my firm.

I am John A. March, an experienced Richmond search and seizure attorney. I am dedicated to protecting the rights and freedom of my clients. I aggressively defend my clients to minimize the consequences they face through the legal system.

Protect Your Rights With Help From An Attorney

When you have been pulled over for what seems like a routine traffic offense, the police officer may be immediately looking for ways to search you and your car. The Constitution stipulates that your property should be free from unreasonable search and seizure. Specific guidelines must be followed for law enforcement to stay within their own legal boundaries. The police must obtain a search warrant or have probable cause to conduct a search. Our firm will examine all aspects of your traffic stop to ensure that your rights were not violated.

Do not hesitate to contact me to gather more detailed discussion about the facts of your case. As your lawyer, I will provide an honest assessment of your situation and give you legal advice about how you should proceed.

After An Arrest, Let Me Ensure You Are Treated Fairly

If you have questions regarding illegal search and seizure in Virginia, contact my firm, John A. March, Attorney at Law. You can schedule an appointment by calling 804-554-3729 or by completing an online contact form. I am available for scheduled consultations at a wide range of times to meet your individual needs. My office is in the heart of historic downtown Richmond and is handicapped-accessible.