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Search Warrants

Attorneys for Search and Seizure in San Antonio, Texas

Has your home or business been subject to a police search? If so, it is important that you seek an experienced criminal defense attorney. An attorney can assess the search and seizure, and spot any unlawful activity to suppress incriminating evidence. Do not be idle in this process. Call the attorneys at Flanary Law Firm, PLLC today.

The attorneys at Flanary Law Firm, PLLC have years of experience in criminal defense. We are well informed on the rules and procedures surrounding search warrants. Flanary Law Firm, PLLC wants to do all we can to obtain the best possible results for your case. Do what is best for your future. Get in contact with an attorney at Flanary Law Firm, PLLC.

Flanary Law Firm, PLLC defends those accused of crimes throughout the greater Bexar County area including adjoining counties such as Wilson County, Kendall County, Comal County, and Guadalupe County.

Search Warrants

A search warrant can be extremely overwhelming and confusing to those not familiar with the process. Search and seizures are conducted by law enforcement following strict legal procedures. If a search and seizure is improperly handled, it violates the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

For police officers to be able to obtain a search warrant, there must be probable cause. The elements of probable cause are outlined in the law, and cannot be as simple as a “hunch.” If you or someone you know has been subject to a search and seizure, it is in your best interest to obtain trusted legal representation.

Call us today at (210) 899-7566 or simply submit a free consultation for your case.

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Overview of Search Warrants in Texas

Elements to a Search Warrant in San Antonio, Texas

A search warrant is a written order that is issued by a magistrate to direct law enforcement to search any property or device linked to criminal activity. Law enforcement must prove probable cause for a search warrant to be deemed viable.

According to the Texas Criminal Procedure Code § 18.01(f), a search warrant must set forth an affidavit that states sufficient facts to establish probable cause. These facts must prove the following:

  • That a specific offense has been committed;
  • That a specifically described person has been a victim of the offense;
  • That evidence of the offense or evidence that a particular person committed the offense can be detected by photographic means; and
  • That the person to be searched for and photographed is located at the particular place to be searched.

If a warrant is issued, the executing officer is required to present a copy of the warrant to the property owner. In addition, anything that is seized from the warrant must be written in an inventory and given to the owner. If the property owner is not home or present during the procedure, then a copy of the warrant and inventory will be left inside the residence.

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Why Choose Flanary Law Firm, PLLC?

  • Constant Communication
    At our firm, we always want our clients to feel empowered when defending against criminal charges. We aim to constantly communicate with our clients, answering questions and taking feedback as we progress through the case. We are always here to answer your questions or adjust your legal strategy as needed.
  • A History of Results
    With multiple decades of experience between our attorneys, we have a history of proven results and happy clients. We always aim to get a criminal case dismissed or have the charges lowered to reduce any penalties our clients are facing. We are confident we can get you the results you deserve.
  • Experience You Can Count On
    At our firm, we pride ourselves on the diverse range of criminal cases we have worked on. From federal felony charges to state misdemeanors, we know exactly how to build a defense strategy that's right for you. Our team can handle even the most complex cases and are willing to be flexible with our strategies.
  • Advice on Your Timeline
    We understand that all criminal cases work at different paces. Whether you are just looking around for a lawyer because you're under investigation or you need immediate representation, our team can help. We will work with you no matter where you are in the process to protect your rights.
  • Free Initial Consultations
    We understand that hiring a criminal defense attorney is a big decision that many people need time to make. That's why we offer all our potential clients a free consultation to see if we're the right legal team for them. We will review your case and begin building a legal strategy to defend your rights.
  • Personalized Legal Defense Strategies
    All criminal cases are different, so our dense strategies are too. We would never re-use a legal strategy from one client to the next because your case is too unique. We will always build a defense strategy that's personalized and effective for you to get the outcome you deserve.

Lawyers for Search Warrants in Bexar County, Texas

Invalid search warrants may have their evidence suppressed for violating the Fourth Amendment. If you or someone you know has been the subject of a search warrant, it is important that you seek a practiced criminal defense attorney.

Flanary Law Firm, PLLC is a group of attorneys who focus on criminal defense and Texas search warrant laws. We are passionate about preserving our client’s constitutional rights. We understand that the criminal procedures can be overwhelming. It can be hard to spot an issue while in a state of stress and high tension. Do not face this alone. Call the attorneys at Flanary Law Firm, PLLC today.

Our attorneys represent those arrested throughout the greater San Antonio area including Terrell Hills, Universal City, Leon Valley, and Kirby.

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