Your Kansas criminal case is unique; therefore, the path it will take will be too. Below you will find a basic overview of how many criminal cases proceed:
Typically to search and seize there must be a search warrant, except where:
1. Your car, the officer only needs probable cause to search it;
2. You and the area immediately surrounding you;
3. If there is any evidence that could be destroyed or dissipated if not handled immediately; and
4. With your consent.
This is a basic summary of the typical path Kansas criminal cases take. While put in simple terms, the process is complex and serious. You should not face this alone. For more information click HERE. Call Attorney T. Morton today 913.602.7288. Payment plans are available.
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