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The defendant was charged with three counts of battery by strangulation. He was facing Florida State prison time if convicted.
The defense got all charges dismissed prior to the case even entering the justice system.
The defendant was charged with domestic aggravated assault and aggravated stalking. He was alleged to have went to the victim's house, violated a restraining order, and chased her with a knife in front of three witnesses.
The defendant received no jail, no prison, and no felony conviction on his record.
The defendant was stopped by the police as he was walking down the road to watch a meteor shower on the beach. The police found him to appear suspicious and patted him down. In doing so, they found a glass pipe commonly used for smoking marijuana. The defendant was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Prior to trial, the defense argued there was no reason to have patted him down under Florida law as he did not appear to be armed and dangerous. Thus, there was unreasonable search and seizure. The charge was Dismissed. Read the paraphernalia was not being used for the purpose of "illicit drug usage."
The defendant was charged with felony possession of cocaine. It was found in her purse after being arrested for DUI.
The defendant received no felony conviction, no jail, no probation and no two year driver's license suspension.
The defendant was stopped for driving through a restricted area in a park. The officer smelled marijuana in the car. A subsequent search revealed marijuana cigarettes in the car. He was arrested for possession of marijuana.
The defendant received no conviction, no probation, no jail, and no two year driver's license suspension for a drug conviction.
The defendant was charged with possession of cocaine. The drugs were found in her purse after her arrest for DUI.
The defendant received no felony conviction, probation, license suspension or jail.
The defendant was charged with possession of marijuana.
The defendant received no conviction, no probation, and no jail. Also, since he was NOT convicted, he did not receive a two year driver's license suspension. On a drug charge, if a person is convicted, they can lose their D/L for two years.
The defendant was charged with burglary of a vehicle. He was seen jogging and then identified as entering a vehicle. He was arrested for burglary and faced up to five years in prison.
The defense took pre-trial depositions of all witnesses. The eye witness could not positively identify the defendant at the depo as the person entering the car and there were no fingerprints taken off the car. The State dismissed the case due to a lack of evidence based on the depositions.
The defendant was charged with two counts of sale of marijuana. He was alleged to have been selling the drugs out of his college dormitory room. He faced up to 10 years in State prison if convicted.
The defendant received no felony convictions and no jail time.
The defendant was charged with felony driving on a suspended license because his license was permanently revoked for numerous DUI's. He faced up to five years in prison if convicted.
The defendant received no felony conviction, no probation, and no jail time.
The defendant was charged with possession of marijuana. After a lawful traffic stop, the officer observed the pot in the car. There were two individuals in the car, including the defendant. No one admitted to ownership of the drugs.
On the day of trial, the defense showed the State the case law supporting our position that the defendant could not have been in constructive possession of the of the drugs. The State dismissed all the charges.
The defendant was stopped for running a stop sign. The officer smelled burning marijuana from the car. The defendant admitted smoking the pot and also swallowed some of it. The officer also found more pot and cocaine in the car. The defendant was arrested for possession of marijuana, possession of cocaine, and destruction of evidence.
The defendant received no felony convictions on his record and no jail time.
The defendant was charged with possession of cocaine. He allegdly threw down a baggie of cocaine after being stopped for driving recklessly. He faced up to 5 years in prison for the third degree felony.
The defendant received NO felony conviction and only had to pay court costs.
The defendant was charged with grand theft for allegedly stealing money from his employer. If convicted, the defendant faced up to five years in prison.
The defendant only received one day of probation and no felony conviction on his record.
The defendant was arrested on charges of child abuse, aggravated battery and domestic violence.
The defendant was alleged to have struck his spouse. His children were supposedly present when the aggravated battery took place. The defense was successful in having all charges dismissed.
The defendant was charged with Carrying A Concealed Firearm & Obstruction Of Justice.
The defendant approached the officers while they were investigating a possible drug transaction. The defendant began to question why the officers were "messing" with the subject. After requesting the defendant to leave the area he was eventually taken into custody for obstruction of justice. A pat down search later revealed a fully loaded 9mm firearm. After conducting an independent investigation and deposing each of the witnesses, the defendant was not convicted of any charges. The gun was returned to the defendant.
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