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SEARCH AND SEIZURE

searchWe all like to think of the police as the defenders of the law. Unfortunately, they do not always abide by the law when it comes to search and seizure. Police officers and personnel sometimes use dubious or downright illegal methods in order to build a case. Such methods range from arresting individuals without probable cause or reasonable suspicion, conducting illegal wiretaps, using unlawful canine searches, “stacking the deck” in photo lineups and more.

 

When you are charged with DUI, drug crimes or any other criminal offense, you want a Volusia County search and seizure attorney on your side who is experienced in evidentiary law. You also want someone who keeps up on ever-evolving case law and who can spot many potential search and seizure violations simply by reading the police report.

 

At the Volusia County Law Office of Attorney Bradley S. Sherman, you will find such an advocate. Mr. Sherman has been practicing law since 1997 and has been board certified by the Florida Bar in criminal trial law since 2003. He is also a former criminal prosecutor who now calls upon his prior experience to defend the accused.

Use the contact form here, or call 386-532-6000 to speak with an attorney today and schedule your free initial consultation.

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searchWe all like to think of the police as the defenders of the law. Unfortunately, they do not always abide by the law when it comes to search and seizure. Police officers and personnel sometimes use dubious or downright illegal methods in order to build a case. Such methods range from arresting individuals without probable cause or reasonable suspicion, conducting illegal wiretaps, using unlawful canine searches, “stacking the deck” in photo lineups and more.

 

When you are charged with DUI, drug crimes or any other criminal offense, you want a Volusia County search and seizure attorney on your side who is experienced in evidentiary law. You also want someone who keeps up on ever-evolving case law and who can spot many potential search and seizure violations simply by reading the police report.

Use the contact form here, or call 386-532-6000 to speak with a lawyer today and schedule your free initial consultation.​​

At the Volusia County Law Office of Attorney Bradley S. Sherman, you will find such an advocate. Mr. Sherman has been practicing law since 1997 and has been board certified by the Florida Bar in criminal trial law since 2003. He is also a former criminal prosecutor who now calls upon his prior experience to defend the accused.

If you may end up in court, choose a proven trial attorney. You deserve to know if your attorney is comfortable in the courtroom. He or she must be confident about presenting your case before judge and jury, bringing out unpleasant facts and taking an adversarial stand when necessary. Many criminal defense lawyers are not comfortable taking a case to trial or lack experience in this area.

 

Do not rely merely on what a lawyer says about himself or herself, but look into his or her trial record for yourself. Even if you do not believe your case will go to court, it is worthwhile choosing a trial lawyer. Often, the prosecution will make a more favorable offer if it knows your legal advocate is willing and able to go to trial.

 

With offices in Daytona Beach, Orange City and Orlando, the Law Office of Attorney Bradley S. Sherman defends accused individuals throughout Volusia County and Central Florida. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation about a potentially illegal drug search or other criminal law matter.

Call the Orange City office for a free consultation 386-532-6000