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College Soccer Player Avoids Possession of Drugs Charge

A competitive collegiate soccer player was planning on making the step up from a small college to a Division 1 college.  After leaving practice, she was traveling approximately 90 mph when she passed an off duty police officer.  An officer responded and paced her speed to confirm the initial call.

When he approached our client, he noticed numerous prescription pill bottles and began to question our client if there were any illegal drugs in the car.  She confirmed that there was marijuana in the glove box.  She was cited for possession of drugs and speeding.

Chase Mallory entered a not guilty plea on our client’s behalf and demanded discovery.  At the second pretrial, the lab results were still unavailable.  This helped to negotiate a complete dismissal of the possession of drugs charge in exchange for a plea.  Our client avoided the drug conviction, which could have impacted her ability to transfer into a school of her choice.

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