Fighting Illegal Searches and Seizures

Each day police officers must do their best to identify criminal activity and gather evidence without violating citizens' rights. Sometimes they succeed and sometimes they fail. How can you determine if your rights have been violated, and who can help do something about it if they were?

The criminal defense attorney team at the law firm of Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., has successfully questioned the legality of police searches and seizure in thousands of criminal cases. Do you have questions regarding:

  • A police road stop?
  • A drunk driving arrest?
  • The searching of your home, vehicle or person/body (illegal search and seizure)?
  • A drug bust or drug paraphernalia?
  • A locker or locker room search at school?
  • Police profiling?
  • DUI checkpoints?
  • Illegal entry by police into your house?
  • Warrantless entry or warrantless arrest?
  • Was a warrant issued? Was it needed?
  • A domestic violence arrest?

Using the Constitution to Protect Clients' Rights

Stop wondering if your rights were violated and get immediate answers. Many criminal cases can be attacked on the basis of search and seizure issues and improper police conduct or illegal police procedure. If evidence was obtained illegally it may be suppressed, leading to the dismissal of your case.

Don't help prosecutors convict you with evidence that police got illegally. Instead, contact Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., with your questions regarding search and seizure law. Call 303-578-4036.

When they go up against our firm, district attorneys and police detectives know they can't get away with violations of constitutional rights, such as those protected by the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth amendments. Each lawyer at Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., has worked as a government lawyer, and we are highly familiar with how to use search and seizure laws to protect clients' rights.

Reach Out to Our Experienced Attorneys for the Help You Need

If you believe your case involves a search warrant issue or other search and seizure issue, call our firm at 303-578-4036 or contact us online for a no-charge analysis of your case. We serve clients in the Denver metro area and elsewhere in Colorado.