CRIMINAL PRE-TRIAL MOTIONS
Suppression motions generally entail piecing together law enforcement's version of a stop, search, seizure and/or interrogation, and either crafting legal argument showing why, assuming the veracity of that version, the law requires evidence be excluded, or identifying conflicts in factual accounts to pursue at evidentiary hearing. lawghost needs the: (1) Indictment/Information, (2) Probable Cause Affidavit, (3) Police Reports, and (4) Depositions. Constitutional and Rule 3.190(C)(4) motions to dismiss require the same.
Grounds for suppression or dismissal are not always obvious, and should be carefully explored.