GROSSE POINTE PARK, Mich., (WXYZ) - Bob Bashara was seen leaving his home while Michigan State Police Crime Lab investigators and Grosse Pointe Park Police searched his Grosse Pointe Park home Wednesday.
The search went through the morning and into the early afternoon.
While investigators were at the home, attorney David Griem said he asked Bashara to come to his office at the Guardian Building in Detroit. Bashara left in his own vehicle.
According to Griem, Police refused show his client, Bob Bashara a warrant but said they had one when they arrived to search the Bashara home.
"I'm looking for some fairness from the police, some fairness from prosecutors and fairness from the media," said Griem.
Griem said another attorney was at the home and wanted to monitor the search.
"He was refused that request. Not only did they refuse that request, they commanded that he sit down in the family room with Bob and his mother while the search was conducted," explained Griem.
"Bob Bashara has nothing to hide," he said. "This case is truly the most bizarre case I've ever been involved in."
During the search, Michigan State Police moved in and out of Bashara's garage while Grosse Pointe Park Police entered the home as well.
Griem commented, "That garage has been open to anyone and everyone the last 10 days." He then said if they present any evidence taken from this search he will ask the court to suppress it.
Police were seen taking pictures around the perimeter of the Bashara home.
Evidence was taken from the home and placed into a police vehicle.
Bashara's wife, Jane was found dead in her SUV January 25 in the area of 7 Mile Road and Hoover in Detroit.
Bob Bashara was named as a person of interest in the case.
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