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While a motion to suppress pursuant to Penal Code Section 1538.5 is typically the best option to obtain a dismissal absent a jury trial, courts across the United States, including the United States Supreme Court, have established legal "exceptions" to the warrant requirement. These are known as Fourth Amendment Legal Exceptions to the United States Constitution. It is important to understand these exceptions so you can better understand whether they apply to the facts and circumstances of your case.
ADDITIONAL FOURTH AMENDMENT LEGAL EXCEPTIONS
Objective Symptoms of Intoxication
Sometimes the driving alone is insufficient to justify a stop and detention, but the "totality of the circumstances" warrants the stop and detention, and there is an exception that permits the stop and detention. As a result, one must consider:
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We thoroughly review all of the evidence that the government intends to use against you to develop defenses that win, especially a Motion to Suppress evidence pursuant to Penal Code Section 1538.5. There is no substitute for the experience that these high-powered DUI Defense Attorneys bring to your case and the impact they can have on the outcome of your case.