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In this Aaron Hernandez case, the police exceeded their authority to seize property owned by the Defendant in that they went beyond the scope of the Search Warrant granted by a Judge, and the Defense Lawyer moved to suppress the evidence as it was illegally obtained. One of the things an experienced defense lawyer does is examine the probable cause or consent used to seize evidence to see if a Motion To Suppress evidence illegally obtained, would better his client’s position in Court. Not sure if this Motion is ultimately going to help this former Florida Gator in his many legal problems, but I have looked for search and seizure issues for over 30 years for defendants that I represent in Pinellas Criminal cases, and would be happy to consult with you regarding your facts and circumstances.

http://foxnewsinsider.com/2014/08/27/judge-throws-out-evidence-against-former-new-england-patriots%E2%80%99-star-aaron-hernandez