made a sell to a UC cop at my carwash gave me marked money I took money inside RV(MY PLACE OF RESIDENCE) and came back out and start back working police came n search me no money took me to jail went n RV with no warrant and got money
If your RV is capable of moving then it is not a “residence” under our case law. Respectfully, you need to hire a criminal defense lawyer and stop playing one.
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It is best at this point to address this matter with your attorney. It will be the court that determines - after a hearing - whether the search was permissible. Start consulting privately and confidentially with your lawyer and do not post any additional facts/admissions here on a public website.
Better lawyer up. I thought car wash guys selling drugs was just in the movies. Huh... More information is needed to evaluate this situation. You need to search AVVO and consult in person with an experienced and seasoned Criminal Defense lawyer in your area. A local Criminal Defense attorney will be more familiar with the lay of the land and tendencies of local Courts and Judges. An experienced local Criminal Defense attorney can evaluate what evidence, statements or identifications are likely to be admitted at a preliminary hearing or trial. They can also provide an assessment of the consequences and potential fines or sentencing guidelines the crime involved.
First, you may qualify to have a private attorney appointed by the Court to represent you. Second, you may be able to obtain some assistance from the public defender’s office. But for best results, hire a private experienced AVVO Criminal Defense attorney.
This is not legal advice! You need to search AVVO and speak to a Criminal Defense attorney who is licensed in your state for legal advice. I strongly recommend you make an appointment with a competent and experienced Criminal Defense attorney in your area, who can take time to carefully evaluate and explain all options available. This is merely suggestions for you to think about in discussing your situation with the local attorney. To locate an AVVO Criminal Defense Attorney go to https://www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/how-to-hire-a-criminal-attorney.
The 14th Amendment doesn't protect against illegal search ans seizure. That is the 4th Amendment. The 14th makes it applicable (as well as every other Amendment) to the States.
My advise is to not play lawyer and instead to hire one.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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