Don't Let Your Rights Be Violated

We Stand Up For Abilene Residents Facing Charges

In the commotion surrounding an arrest on drug-related charges, it may be difficult to know if police officers acted legally in the process. It goes without saying that there is a lot riding on the answer to this question — including your hard-earned, high-value personal property, cash and even your vehicle.

At the law firm of Gravley & Leggett, we defend clients who may have been subjected to unlawful vehicle searches. Police might overstep their bounds during the process of a drug arrest, so our criminal defense lawyers are committed to examining every client's situation to make sure that law enforcement officials are held accountable for their actions — and that people charged in these matters are not unfairly punished.

Know The Right Questions To Ask

The concept of illegal search and seizure can be a difficult one to get your arms around. Attorney Ken Leggett has more than three decades of experience dealing with cases of this nature, and he will explain what is going on every step of the way so you can feel confident that your case is handled with the respect and attention that it deserves.

Have you been searched without probable cause or a warrant? Are you concerned about asset forfeiture as a result of a traffic stop? The sooner you contact our firm, the sooner we can get to work on your case. Call us today at 325-677-4190 or complete and submit our online contact form via email.