Search And Seizure: Were Your Rights Violated?
The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution is a crucial part of today’s criminal defense. The Bill of Rights contains a great deal of valuable language that protects the rights of citizens and limits the power of the government. However, the government often attempts to push the boundaries of what is considered acceptable. Much of this pushback comes into conflict with the Fourth Amendment, which prohibits “unreasonable” or illegal searches and seizures of people by those in power. But, it is important to remember that not all violations of the Fourth Amendment lead to suppression of evidence. The law is complicated, and that’s why you need lawyers with expertise.
Attorney John Wesley Hall has spent all of his career becoming one of the nation’s foremost authorities on search and seizure laws and what the Fourth Amendment means in today’s society and to today’s criminal defendants in Arkansas and beyond. He also maintains an award-winning, informative blog that examines news stories, events, and Supreme Court decisions regarding the Fourth Amendment.
Having a powerful asset like John Wesley Hall on your side sends a message to all parties involved in your case that you are not going to be overwhelmed by the system — on the contrary, you are going to use the system to your advantage.
Giving The People A Voice
When your liberty is at stake, you want to be sure you have a strong advocate for your rights working on your behalf. The John Wesley Hall law firm has provided that advocacy for clients in drug crimes cases, weapons crimes cases and a variety of criminal defense cases where property rights come into play.
Don’t let your rights be trampled. Call lawyer John Wesley Hall and his firm to help you stand up and assert the liberty guaranteed to you by the laws of the land. Call our Little Rock firm today at 501-371-9131 or email us your contact information.