George Roland III

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George Roland is a criminal defense lawyer in Denton, Texas, who primarily handles drug cases. George recently had a motion to suppress hearing where a University detective and four other cops from the Drug Task Force had forced their way into a student’s apartment without consent or a warrant, citing imminent destruction of evidence. Not so, said the Court. George does what he does for Roo.

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Look Here: 4th Amendment Musings - Dec2016
Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

Increasingly, police are using the “imminent destruction of evidence” justification for warrantless entry into residences in drug cases.1 At the outset, it is important to remember that in order to rely on this exception, the police first must have probable cause—no PC, no exception.2 If probable cause exists

So You’re My Lawyer
Saturday, July 20th, 2013

“Free World” vs. Appointed Lawyers

Public opinion of court-appointed lawyers is, to put it gently, not entirely positive. One would be hard-pressed to find nearly as many articles praising superior performances by court-appointed lawyers as to find those chronicling gross deficiencies in their performance.