Being arrested, whether it is you, a family member or a friend, is a nerve-racking experience. From the moment contact is made by law enforcement and through the entire process, you have certain rights guaranteed by our Constitution. For over 200 years we have lived by those rules and laws. Do not go into that situation unrepresented, even if the attorney you chose is not Robin Fuson.
Time is a large factor in criminal matters. DO NOT miss an opportunity to receive the full benefit of your constitutional rights by an unnecessary delay. Call right now for a FREE phone consultation, 24/7, with Tampa attorney Mr. Fuson personally, and set up a FREE personal office visit.
A conviction for a criminal offense or a DUI can mar your record for the rest of your life. You need experience on your side. Tampa attorney Robin Fuson has a proven track record for helping his clients obtain a favorable result. Contact us today.
Robin Fuson is a former instructor for multiple law enforcement agencies in Hillsborough County and Tampa, Florida. In the areas of search and seizures, drugs and narcotics, whether they are felonies or misdemeanors, and driving under the influence (DUI), Mr. Fuson was asked by the Office of the State Attorney to provide instruction and clarity to the officers and detectives of Hillsborough County and Tampa, Florida in these areas.
The United States Constitution and the Constitution of the State of Florida contain rights that protect people form unlawful search and seizure, from having their affects or personal belongings taken by unreasonable means. The ability for law enforcement to stop you and take evidence from you is restricted by the articles of these constitutions as well as the laws of the State of Florida as written in our criminal statues. Regardless of whether a case is a misdemeanor or felony, from DUI, thefts, drugs & narcotics and even murder, or any crime in between these documents mentioned above protect people.
Who better to defend your rights than an attorney who has been relied upon by the police and law enforcement to inform them on the most legal and correct way to enforce the law? An extremely large number of cases can be won or weakened in the area surrounding the initial stop, search & seizure.
There are two basic questions that we being with to determine if the law has been followed: 1. Does law enforcement have the right to stop you? 2. Does the law enforcement officer have a right to search you? Generally, law enforcement can stop you if they have a reasonable suspicion that you have been involved in something illegal. An officer can also stop you if he/she has probable cause that you have committed a crime. From this point on, certain events must occur in order for an officer to continue his or her investigation. There are countless way along this path which can lead to the evidence, if any, to be suppress or thrown out.
We could spend pages and pages of text detailing the various ways evidence can become tainted (subject to suppression or being thrown out). The possibilities are too numerous to affectively write down for you to read. Mr. Fuson has not only instructed law enforcement but has also been utilized as a guest speaker for the Florida Bar continuing legal education program for other attorneys.
Pick up the phone and call The Law Offices of Robin F. Fuson for a full explanation of an area of law that often results in your case being dismissed or reduced. There is no case too big or too small, too serious or too insignificant. Felonies, misdemeanors, criminal traffic offense like DUI and driving while license suspended can have a serious impact on your life. Do not let the State take advantage of you; after all they will have an attorney. You need an attorney as well. Let Robin Fuson be that attorney, and protect your rights in a system that he knows. All consultations over the phone and in person are free. Find out if the police have possibly made mistakes that violated your rights guaranteed by the United States & Florida Constitutions.