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Possession of Oxycodone and Possession of Amphetamine

Posted in Case Results on January 20th, 2015

Case No: 14-XXXXXXCF10A

Facts:  The client was stopped for having an obscured license plate.  During the traffic stop, the officer obtained consent to search the vehicle and found oxycodone and amphetamine’s in the care.  The clients admitted to the officer that the drugs were her’s and she was ultimately arrested.

Outcome:  Mr. Sobel obtained all the reports available prior to the filing of the formal charging document.  Mr. Sobel was able to present case law to the case filing attorney showing that the traffic stop was illegal pursuant to case law relating to an obscured tag. After numerous conversations and legal discussions relating to the case law in the area.  The state declined to file a formal charging document and the case never went to court.