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The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution protects an individual against unreasonable searches and seizures of his or her person or property. A search may involve an inspection of the person or his or her surroundings or property. Seizure, on the other hand, refers to taking the person or property into police custody. Usually, but not always, if a seizure is invalid, it is because the seizure was preceded by an invalid search.

In many drug cases, the arrest and evidence used to support a conviction generally results from a search and seizure. If the constitutional limits were not appropriately applied to the government's conduct, however, the evidence may be deemed inadmissible and the charges may be dismissed through a motion that your experienced and knowledgeable attorneys at WILL & WILL, LLP would bring on your behalf. A skilled criminal defense attorney can advise his or her clients on whether the evidence leading to a drug charge may have resulted from an improper search or seizure and answer all other questions regarding the criminal justice process in drug cases.

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