We Look Out For Your Interests In Vehicle Search Cases

Traffic stops are nerve wracking. It is understandable that in those tense moments you do what you believe is right in order to protect your interests. That may include allowing law enforcement to search your vehicle because "you have nothing to worry about unless you have something to hide."

Do Not Get Pushed Around

Police do not always have the right to search a vehicle, and any evidence obtained during an unlawful search is inadmissible in a court of law. This is important for you to understand if your vehicle was searched. Better yet, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney looking out for your interests.

Experienced Representation For Drug Search Cases

At Aaron & Aaron in Clemson, South Carolina, we have extensive experience representing individuals who face criminal charges related to a vehicle search, also known as a consent search. These cases often involve underlying allegations of drug crimes such as drug possession, and you can rely on us to fight for your rights against all charges and make the system work for you.

We are led by S. Paul Aaron and Cheryl Aaron, two attorneys who each bring more than 30 years of experience to our firm. We combine our impressive credentials with the attentive personal service you need as you fight for your freedom and your reputation. We will thoroughly investigate to determine whether the search was handled properly and, if not, fight to have evidence suppressed in order to protect your name and achieve an acquittal.

You Have The Right To Remain Silent. Use It.

Unless you are talking to an attorney, now is not the time to talk about the charges you face. Contact us today for a free initial consultation with our Clemson lawyers for vehicle searches and seizures.