Criminal Defense Rooted In the Guarantees of the United States Constitution
In the United States, we are guaranteed certain individual freedoms in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The freedom of speech, the freedom to practice our own religion are well-known, but we also have the right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure of our person or property as well as certain guarantees during the trial process. Often these are overlooked until you or someone you know is affected, whether that be an improper search of the home or incriminating statements improperly being used against you.
Protecting your constitutional rights is the cornerstone of my legal practice. By protecting your rights, I know that I am also protecting those of myself, my children, my neighbors and everyone else. When the rights of one person are compromised, everyone is affected. Our freedom and individual liberty is only as secure as the value we place on defending it.
You Have the Constitutional Right To a Defense
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As a criminal defense attorney, three important amendments to the United States Constitution guide my practice. They influence my arguments, the facts I investigate, and my entire outlook on a given case. They are:
The Fourth Amendment - This guarantees you the freedom from unreasonable searches and seizure of your person and property. It lays down clear guidelines as to when an official (police officer, investigator, detective, etc.) can stop you on the street or search your property. This amendment involves key individual rights that are frequently violated by law enforcement officers.
The Fifth Amendment - This guarantees you the right to not give evidence against yourself (freedom from self-incrimination) and states that you cannot be compelled into a courtroom without the due process of law. It also gives you the right to a jury trial.
The Sixth Amendment - This guarantees you the right to effective legal counsel, an impartial jury of your peers, a speedy and public trial and the right to confront the witnesses against you.
I will analyze every part of your case to ensure that your constitutional rights have and will be protected every step of the way.
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For a criminal defense lawyer who will defend your constitutional rights, call my office at 520-468-6791, toll free at 866-603-9939 or contact me online for a free initial consultation. I serve clients who have been charged with state and federal crimes from my Tucson, Arizona office.