When charged with any type of drug crime, you have rights that law enforcement and the court system must respect.
At the Law Offices of Gary Churak, P.C., Attorney Churak protects these rights by offering clients diligent, determined representation.
With more than 30 years of legal experience, Mr. Churak understands the laws that govern drug cases and the procedures that law enforcement officers must follow when pressing charges.
Allow him to represent you to the fullest extent from the beginning of your case all the way through to the end as you seek a second chance.
"We are prepared to clear your name"
Whenever police officers search your property, they must have either a valid warrant or your permission to do so.
If they enter your property or take your possessions without either of these, any evidence collected cannot be used against you in court — even if it incriminates you.
Be warned: many officers attempt to bully suspects into allowing them to search their property.
When officers want permission to search yours, politely decline consent to the search and contact an attorney immediately.
There are a variety of steps officers must follow to obtain a valid warrant.
All warrants must come from the proper authorities and have all of the necessary notarization before any searches can take place.
Do not simply assume that officers who want to search your property have a valid warrant. Never let them in unless you see the warrant for yourself.
When these issues are present in your case, Mr. Churak seeks an immediate dismissal, thus clearing your name.
If a dismissal is not possible, he pursues an aggressive defense strategy to help you get the best results possible.
Obtain representation from a drug crimes attorney with a record of success.
Call the Law Offices of Gary Churak, P.C. at (210) 545-3850 or contact the firm online to schedule a free consultation.
The firm’s phone lines are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and all calls during evenings or weekends get forwarded directly to Mr. Churak himself.