A motion to suppress evidence is filed in a criminal case to ask the judge to prohibit the prosecutor from using certain evidence in the case. If the evidence is key to proving your guilt and your motion is granted, the charges against you could be dismissed. In other cases, the case against you could be at least weakened, and a reasonable doubt as to your guilt may be established. Here, we discuss how to file a motion to suppress and what happens in your case once you file one.
If you want to have a chance of winning your motion to suppress evidence, you should hire an experienced criminal defense to file the motion for you. Here is how the process of filing of filing a motion to suppress evidence works:
Motions to suppress evidence often involve violations of complicated constitutional protections that you have. You need an experienced criminal defense attorney who can identify the grounds for a motion to suppress evidence and can aggressively file and argue a pre-trial motion to get the evidence suppressed. Start an online chat today to schedule your free consultation to learn how we can help you.