A 17-year-old high school student with no prior history was pulled over for a speeding violation. She had been driving with a group of her friends when the officers stopped her. Officers found drugs and a pipe inside her car. The student was charged with speeding, a two-point offense. She was also charged with a fourth-degree misdemeanor for drug paraphernalia, and a minor misdemeanor for possession of marijuana. A criminal defense attorney from Luftman, Heck & Associates represented her in her case. The drug charges were dismissed upon her completion of a marijuana education course and a written apology to her mother. Because this was a juvenile court case, a “hold open” was issued. In six months and as long as no other traffic offenses are accrued, her traffic charge will not be on her record.
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