All Felony Drug Charges Dismissed After We Filed Motion To Suppress Evidence Based on Violation of Client’s Constitutional Rights. Client is released from jail.
Our client is Andrew. Andrew was arrested for possession of drugs for sale as well as transportation of drugs. At his initial hearing, he was offered to plead to the charges and be a convicted felon. Our office, after reviewing the police report and obtaining the body worn camera footage determined that the best course of action would be to file a motion to suppress the evidence (the drugs) based on an illegal search of his vehicle.
CLICK HERE for a copy of the CHARGES against our client.
CLICK HERE to see a copy of our MOTION TO SUPPRESS EVIDENCE.
CLICK HERE to see a copy of the GOVERNMENT’S OPPOSITION TO OUR MOTION
CLICK HERE to see a copy of the DISMISSAL of the entire case
So, how did we do it? As we have said before and continue to say, the difference between basic lawyer and exceptional lawyer is the detail that goes into defending each case. While most criminal defense law firms do the basic, we work on detail. We want to make sure that we can win the case on every angle we attack. Here, for Andrew, our goal was to demonstrate that his rights were violated. At the end of the day, our plan worked. We devised a defense that was fruitful. All criminal charges were dismissed against our client.
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