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Our client, a retail worker at a local convenience store, found himself the subject of an investigation while working one afternoon. Investigators came in the store, kicked patrons out, and locked the doors. They then began to interrogate him about a number of prescription drugs shipped in from Pakistan along with a prescription pill bottle for our client’s wife.
He was charged with a first-degree misdemeanor for possession of prescription drugs. Attorney Chase Mallory entered a not guilty plea on his behalf. At the third jury trial date, the offer by the prosecutors was to plead guilty to the original possession of prescription drugs charge. We were ready to take the case to jury trial, but the offer changed shortly before the jury was called up. Our client received an offer to plead to a lesser drug paraphernalia charge and left court with a $250 fine, no probation and no license suspension.
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