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Our client, a young single mother, was referred to our office after being arrested and found in possession of cocaine in an amount sufficient to yield an indictment for a first-degree felony with a major drug offender specification. This carried a mandatory 11 years in prison.
After months of negotiations both pre-indictment and post-indictment, Attorney Chase Mallory filed a motion to suppress the evidence based on numerous Fourth Amendment violations. Shortly before the suppression hearing, the prosecutors reached out for further negotiations. We came to an agreement to amend the drug possession charge from a first-degree felony that carried a mandatory 11 years in prison for the major drug offender specification to a fifth-degree felony with a joint recommendation for 6 months local incarceration.
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