Yes, you should hire an attorney who can file a Motion to Supress pursuant to Fla. R. Crim. P. 3.190(h) and (i). Basically, the attorney alleges that law enforcement violated a person's Fourth Amendment right against unlawful search and seizure and asks the court to suppress the evidence seized in the case (drugs and paraphernalia in this case).
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It is hard to answer your question without more facts and details. Basically, an officer must have probable cause that a traffic violation or other crime is being committed to pull you over, however there are some exceptions. You should look for a criminal defense attorney in your area that offers free consultations and see what they think of your case.
If a Motion to Suppress is filed and granted you may get what you want here. Suppression Motions are very fact specific, so you will need to hire an attorney that practices criminal defense in your local area.
In Leon County your chances of successfully getting the evidence suppressed will depend heavily on which Judge has been assigned to your case.