The Law Office of Jennifer Marshall, Esq

Suppressing Evidence From Search of Car, Home and Person

One of the most common motions filed by a defense attorney, other than a bail motion is a motion to suppress evidence.  The purpose of a motion to suppress is to keep the State from using illegally obtained evidence.  Not every motion will be successful, but in my experience a good number of them are.  Police do not always follow the law.  Just like any job they get comfortable and cut corners.

Given the situation of the search a motion could cause your case to be dismissed if it is won.  I have won several motions to suppress and I enjoy holding the police accountable.  Understand that a motion to suppress will take time.  Officers need to be questioned and briefs need to be written.

If you or someone you know needs a New Jersey attorney with experience in motions to suppress, give the Law Office of Jennifer L. Marshall LLC. a call today. Our attorney works in the following counties Middlesex, Somerset, Monmouth, Union, Hunterdon, Essex, Camden and Ocean.