Search and Seizure Issues
Police officers are given certain liberties in the investigation, pursuit
and arrest of those suspected of drug crimes. However, this does not give
law enforcement officials the authority to do whatever they please in
order to “make the case.” Unfortunately, illegal police tactics
are still used every day, and many times these instances involve search
and seizure violations.
With very few exceptions, police need probable cause and/or a court-issued
warrant to search for drugs in your car, your home, your property or on
your person. When law enforcement officers do not follow these rules,
they violate an individual’s constitutional rights. If you were
the victim of an illegal search and seizure and were subsequently charged with a
drug crime, the Law Offices of Ruben Ortiz can help.
Were You A Victim Of Illegal Search And Seizure In Texas?
Attorney Ruben Ortiz has been serving the El Paso community since 1998.
He is widely regarded for his passionate defense of clients who face criminal
charges. When our clients have been victimized through illegal search
and seizure, attorney Ortiz aggressively protects their rights and fights
to exclude any evidence that was illegally obtained. Most times this results
in dropped charges. However, if the prosecutors insist on using the illegally
obtained evidence, attorney Ortiz is fully prepared for battle in the
After being arrested for a drug crime, you need to find out if your rights
were violated through illegal search and seizure. Let us help you understand
your rights and fight for your future.
Contact Our El Paso Drug Crimes Defense Attorneys
Contact our El Paso search and seizure defense lawyers today at 915-308-8850.
The sooner we start fighting your charges, the better chance we have for
a successful outcome.