Welcome to Baldani Law Group’s Suppression Series. In criminal law, a Motion to Suppress should be filed when evidence is illegally obtained or a defendant’s constitutional rights were violated.
If successful, suppression motions can result in out-right dismissals, better plea offers, or at minimum provide you with more information about your case.
During this series, we’ll review the case law, describe the holdings, and explain why these motions can be the difference between a prison sentence and a dismissal in your case.
In our first episode, our four partners having a round table discussion about what suppression hearings are, what evidence can be suppressed, and why they are important.