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Case 2: Possession of Methamphetamine PDF Print E-mail
My client was pulled over for a minor traffic violation, and the officer was later granted consent to pat down my client and found methamphetamine in my client’s pocket. I filed a motion to suppress the evidence because my client had been illegally detained as the purpose of the original traffic stop had passed. Therefore, the subsequent consent was invalid because it was obtained through an illegal detention. The judge granted the motion and my client kept his license and avoided being labeled a felon for the rest of his life.
 
Case 2: Possession of Methamphetamine PDF Print E-mail
My client was pulled over for a minor traffic violation, and the officer was later granted consent to pat down my client and found methamphetamine in my client’s pocket. I filed a motion to suppress the evidence because my client had been illegally detained as the purpose of the original traffic stop had passed. Therefore, the subsequent consent was invalid because it was obtained through an illegal detention. The judge granted the motion and my client kept his license and avoided being labeled a felon for the rest of his life.