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Drug Possession and Distribution

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No reasonable suspicious, case dismissed

Case Conclusion Date: December 18 2012   Practice Area: Criminal Defense   Outcome: MOTION GRANTED CASE DISMISSED   Description: 26th & California Courthouse (Case # 12 CR 16256)   Our client was stopped at a building which was under surveillance by the Chicago Police Department. Our client was searched and the police recovered methamphetamine. We argued that the officers did not have reasonable suspicion that our client had committed a crime. The Judge agreed and suppressed the drugs. The State subsequently dismissed the case. '...

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Police coercion, case dismissed – Skokie

Case Conclusion Date: June 20 2013   Practice Area: Criminal Defense   Outcome: MOTION GRANTED CASE DISMISSED   Description: Skokie Courthouse (Case # 12 CR 1931901)   Our client was pulled over by officers from the Chicago Police Department who proceeded to search his vehicle until they found Methamphetamine . The arresting officers asserted that our client consented to the search. We argued to the Judge that our client's consent was the product of police coercion. The Judge agreed and granted our motion to suppress the drugs. The State subsequently dismissed the case. '...

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Methamphetamine case dismissed

Case Conclusion Date: December 18 2012   Practice Area: Criminal Defense   Outcome: MOTION GRANTED CASE DISMISSED   Description: 26th & California Courthouse (Case # 12 CR 16256)   Our client was stopped at a building which was under surveillance by the Chicago Police Department. Our client was searched and the police recovered methamphetamine. We argued that the officers did not have reasonable suspicion that our client had committed a crime. The Judge agreed and suppressed the drugs. The State subsequently dismissed the case. '...

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Domestic Violence Rolling Meadows

Case Conclusion Date: July 26 2018   Practice Area: Domestic Violence   Outcome: Charges Dismissed   Case Description: Rolling Meadows (Case #18 DV 30496)   My client was charged with Violation of an Order of Protection for allegedly harassing the victim inside her condominium. This is the third time in two years my client was arrested or charged with domestic violence related matters pertaining to the alleged victim. The Class A Misdemeanor criminal charge of Violation of an Order of Protection was dismissed in return for my client's agreement to a one year order of protection which prohibits violence or harassment of the victim and prohibits him from...

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DUI, after trial found not guilty

Case Conclusion Date: March 17 2014   Practice Area: DUI / DWI   Outcome: NOT GUILTY AFTER TRIAL   Description: Dupage County Courthouse (Case # 13 DT 3693)   Our client was charged with driving under the combined influence of drugs and alcohol. On cross examination the officer conceded that he was not a drug recognition expert and could only speculate as to what drugs our client had consumed. Our client was found not guilty after trial and his driver's license suspension was rescinded. '...

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Violation of the Fourth Amendment – Case dismissed

Case Conclusion Date: August 5 2013   Practice Area: Criminal Defense   Outcome: MOTION GRANTED CASE DISMISSED   Description: Skokie Courthouse (Case # 13 CR 284601)   Our client was pulled over for failure to activate his headlights. The arresting officers searched his vehicle and discovered methamphetamine. We argued that the vehicle our client was driving (year 2013) had headlights that turned on automatically upon starting the engine. The Judge found that our client's seizure violated the Fourth Amendment and suppressed the drugs. The State subsequently dismissed the case. '...

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Possession Of A Controlled Substance Rolling Meadows

Case Conclusion Date: May 26 2017Practice Area: Drug DefenseOutcome: Petition to Revoke Probation DismissedDescription: Rolling Meadows (Case # 16CF1153)My client was placed on Probation in October 2016. Four urine drops resulted in positive readings for Cannabis. As a result a Petition to Revoke Probation was filed and the Judge was threatening to place my client into Cook County Jail for a period of six months. However after my client enrolled in a substance abuse treatment program provided a series of urine drops which tested negative for drugs and maintained his sobriety the Petition to...

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