Understanding the Criminal Law Process Part 12 of 17| Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples
Motion to Surpress
There are situations where the police do not follow the law, or required procedures when collecting evidence. Some examples: improper search of your house, car, or person. Or seizure of confidential documents without a subpoena. During dui stops, there are established procedures that must be followed.
If there is a problem with the way the police gathered their evidence, your attorney may choose to file a Motion to Suppress Evidence. A hearing will be held on the motion and if successful, certain evidence and/or statements may be “excluded” by the court. Excluded evidence is the same as if the evidence never existed. A successful hearing can cause the case to be completely dismissed.
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