Consenting to a Drug Search in Arizona
Oftentimes, a search by police conducted without a search warrant are searches conducted under authorized consent. Even if police do not have probably cause to search you, your home or your vehicle, if you give them consent to search and they find evidence, they still may be able to use that evidence against you in court. If you have been arrested or face drug possession or other drug charges in Arizona, Charlie Naegle can help you. Charlie is an experience Drug Defense Attorney in Arizona. He has a history of success in defending people’s rights and ensuring the best possible outcome in drug possession cases.
Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys will carefully investigate your case and knows the ins and outs of how these cases work. Arizona Laws regarding searches conducted without a warrant are complicated and can be confusing. It’s important to know that even if you consented to a search, evidence found in that search might be inadmissible under the following circumstances:
- You didn’t have authority to consent to the search
- You asked officers to stop the search and they neglected to stop
- You weren’t old enough to consent to a search
- You were under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- You have a medical or mental health issue that prohibits your ability to give consent
- You were forced, coerced or threatened into giving consent.
Using the appropriate and aggressive defense strategies in your case, Charlie Naegle will protect your rights and guide you through your case.
Contact Charlie Naegle at Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys today. 480-245-5550.