Motions to Suppress Evidence for Criminal Charges
The Arizona Rules of Procedure for criminal cases allows for the defendant to file a “Motion to Suppress” evidence in under specific circumstances. If a justified reason exists, your defense counsel, will file a “Motion” for the court to consider suppressing or disallowing the prosecution to use certain evidence against a defendant.
The motion must be justified and not frivolous. If the court agrees, to suppression of material evidence against a defendant, it often leads to a dismissal of charges.