Motion to Suppress Evidence State v. John Doe
Your supervising attorney has received and reviewed the discovery on behalf of John Doe. The police report states that once the police had John Doe safely secured in the back of the police car, they searched his car parked in the bar parking lot without a warrant. They found three pieces of crack cocaine in a sealed container in the glove compartment of the car. Now they have filed charges against him for possession of cocaine. The attorney asks you to prepare a motion to suppress evidence. You can create additional facts to complete the motion.In addition, prepare the following using the templates provided:
- Notice of motion to suppress the evidence
- Proposed form of order
- Proof of mailing
Click here to view a sample motion to suppress.