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Types of Criminal Charges

Fighting Serious Criminal Charges in Alabama

Regardless of the charges you are facing, being in any type of trouble with the law can be extremely overwhelming and stressful. The first thing to remember when you are arrested or being questioned by law enforcement is that you do not have to answer any questions without a lawyer present.

You should take aggressive action and get powerful legal guidance by your side. Choosing a Birmingham criminal defense lawyer is an important decision and one that will likely impact the remainder of your life.

To ensure that you receive the highest quality, aggressive legal defense, you should contact our firm and discuss your case with our team. At the Revill Law Firm, we are highly experienced in the field of criminal defense and have handled a wide range of different cases. We understand that you may be feeling unsure of what to do. We are here to help.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help!

Experienced & Caring Alabama Attorneys

You do not have to be alone during this difficult time - our firm is here to defend you against the charges you are facing. We take the time to get to the bottom of every criminal case and determine the best strategy of defense. It is our mission to ensure that you are kept updated throughout the entire criminal process so you fully understand what is going on.

If you or someone you care about have recently been arrested or charged with a crime, time is of the essence. The sooner you hire a Birmingham criminal defense attorney to represent you, the better. A knowledgeable lawyer can start building a defense strategy on your behalf. We would like to offer you a free initial consultation to discuss the details of your case.

Can I refuse a warrantless search?

The Fourth Amendment protects your right to say no to a warrantless search. In most cases, police must have a warrant issued by a judge to search your person or property. But there are exceptions to this rule. The Supreme Court ruled that warrantless police conduct may comply with the Fourth Amendment so long as it’s reasonable under the circumstances.

If law enforcement asks for a warrantless search, you are within your rights to say no. Clearly tell them that you do not consent. However, do not obstruct the officers if they start the search. Instead, can in touch with a criminal defense attorney who can help fight for your rights in court.

Give us a call today at (205) 928-6544 if you would like a free consultation!