Illegal Search And Seizure Attorney
Illegal Search and Seizure Lawyer serving Denton County, Collin County and Dallas County
In many criminal defense cases, especially where drug charges are involved, one of the key components is to analyze if your Fourth Amendment rights were violated and an illegal search and seizure took place by the police.
At The Law Office of Kimberly Griffin Tucker, Mrs. Tucker takes a hard stance on holding the law enforcement accountable when they overstep their authority. With over 15 years of experience, she is familiar with Texas legal procedures and is a trial attorney who knows how to properly argue all types of motions.
If you believe an illegal search and seizure has occurred as part of your case, contact her office today to schedule a consultation. They can help analyze the specifics of your case and recommend a course of action.
Representing Clients In Denton County
Denton County’s illegal search and seizure lawyer, Kimberly Griffin Tucker, knows how to effectively challenge evidence when her client’s due process rights have been violated. If the police did not have proper due cause to search a property or valid grounds to obtain a search warrant, you can be sure she will bring this type of illegal search and seizure argument before the court.
Clients frequently comment on how assertive and able Mrs. Tucker is in helping them minimize the effect of the charges they are facing. To read more about Mrs. Tucker, her approach and her practice, please read her letter to prospective clients.
From a car search to a home raid, Mrs. Tucker is here to make sure that the police act properly and that you are treated fairly. Mrs. Tucker has a commitment to pursuing justice for her clients and keeping the criminal justice system accountable for its actions.
A Skilled Pilot Point Criminal Defense Lawyer
Contact The Law Office of Kimberly Griffin Tucker at 972-833-8246 so that Mrs. Tucker and her staff can immediately begin helping you. The firm also asks you to fill out the prospective client info — non-DWIs document and send it in ahead of time or bring it with you to your consultation.