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Fresno Wiretaps & Electronic Surveillance Lawyer

Seasoned Federal & State Criminal Defense Representation

Marc Days has experience in cases involving the interception of communications pursuant to wiretap orders and has successfully suppressed such evidence and the fruit derived therefrom. Title III of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968, 18 U.S.C. §2510 et seq., prohibits the interception of wire, oral, or electronic communications except under carefully defined circumstances.

Title III was enacted to provide greater protection than that mandated by the Constitution. 18 U.S.C. §2515 provides that no part of an intercepted communication, and no evidence derived therefrom, may be received into evidence at any trial, hearing, or other proceeding “if the disclosure of that information would be in violation of this chapter.”

Title III requires strict compliance. For example, a communication is “unlawfully intercepted” and requires suppression, pursuant to 18 U.S.C. §2515 and §2518(10)(a), if the application for the wiretap order fails to establish probable cause, provide a full and complete statement of the facts, and establish necessity as required by 18 U.S.C. §2518(1) and (3).

The United States Supreme Court has recognized that the words “lawfully intercepted” are not limited to constitutional violations and that Congress intended to require suppression where there is a failure to satisfy any of Title III’s requirements that directly and substantially implement Congress’ intent to limit the use of incept procedures to those situations that clearly call for the employment of this extraordinary investigative device. United States v. Giordano, 416 U.S. 505, 527 (1974).

If you have been subjected to illegal wiretapping or electronic surveillance, Days Law Firm can help. We can leverage our considerable experience in fighting cases involving federal and state wiretaps and electronic surveillance to raise an aggressive defense and negotiate when it is optimum.

Talk to our Fresno wiretaps & electronic surveillance attorney at (559) 550-5002 today.

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  • United States v. York, et al 15 Year Mandatory Minimum Charge Dismissed

    Conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering and sex trafficking by force charges, negotiated dismissal of 15 to life charge, with a likely guideline range of 360 months to life. After hearing Marc, the court imposed a 10-year sentence. Read the transcript below.

  • People v. Rodriguez, et al Sentenced to Probation and Released

    Charged with beating a correctional officer with his own baton, jury votes 10-2 not guilty. Client pleads to non-serious felony and gets released from custody that day.

  • People v. Guerrero, et al Bail Reduced from $1 Million to $30,000

    Bail Reduced from $1 million to $30,000 following dismissal of 5 out 6 charges at the preliminary hearing.

  • United States v. Habash, et al Govt. Motion for $3.1 Million Denied

    Federal synthetic drug case, drug charges dismissed in exchange for plea to violating a financial reporting requirement, district court denied government's motion for a money judgment of $3.1 million.

  • People v. Jiminez Bank Robbery Conviction Reversed

    Bank robbery trial, conviction reversed for overruling Marc’s objection to the admission of DNA evidence.

  • People v. Doe Conviction Reversed

    Drug distribution federal trial, conviction reversed for overruling Marc’s request for information and evidence helpful to the defense.

  • United States v. Reyna Motion Suppression of Wiretaps

    Marc represented a client charged with distribution of methamphetamine, conspiracy to distribute and manufacture methamphetamine, and possession of chemicals used to manufacture methamphetamine. Wiretaps suppressed.

  • United States v. Ferguson Not Guilty Verdict

    Federal trial, not guilty of first and second degree murder.

  • United States v. Brown Charges Dismissed - Insanity Defense

    Federal trial for charge of attempted murder, hung jury based on insanity defense, charge dismissed.

  • United States v. Mitchell 10 Year Mandatory Minimum Charge Dismissed

    An alleged drug deal gone bad, four people shot, two people died. Negotiated dismissal of the 10-year mandatory minimum, the government argued for 20 years, after hearing Marc the court imposed an 8-year sentence. Read the transcript below.

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