Omaha Illegal DUI Search And Seizure Lawyer
Experienced Nebraska DUI Lawyer Protecting Your Rights
In most cases, the average person who gets arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) does not fully understand the privacy protections afforded to us by the Constitution. Because of this, many people have their rights violated by the police — often without even knowing it. If you have been charged with DUI in Nebraska, it is essential to work with a local attorney who has experience and skill in defending against these charges.
Omaha illegal DUI search and seizure attorney John K. Green has been defending clients against DUI charges for more than 30 years. At the law office of John K. Green, Attorney at Law, we take each client’s case seriously. We research every aspect of the case, including the stop, the field sobriety tests, the blood or breath tests and any illegal search and seizure issues. We will walk you through every step of the trial and maintain communication with you throughout the process, so you will never be left wondering about the status of your case.
A police officer cannot search your car or your person at any time without proper justification. Although there are nuances for particular situations, the general standard for search and seizure is probable cause.
We have thorough knowledge of the nuances surrounding DUI cases that involve probable cause. As an AV Preeminent* attorney with more than 30 years of experience, John K. Green can help uncover evidence of an illegal stop and use that to help minimize the damage of DUI charges.
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