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Salesman Avoids Conviction on Marijuana Possession and Drug Paraphernalia Charges

Our client, a married, father of two and salesman for a local company, went out with for guy’s night with some friends. After leaving a bar, the vehicle they were driving was stopped by the police and the occupants were made to get out. Ultimately, our client was charged with marijuana possession and drug paraphernalia.

If convicted, our client risked losing his license for six months to five years. As a salesman, this would have meant potentially losing his job. He also risked being unable to drive his children for childcare purposes which could have put a great strain on his family.

Attorney Dan Sabol represented the client and reviewed all of the police reports thoroughly. His negotiation with the prosecutor ultimately resulted in the gentleman avoiding convictions on both the marijuana possession and drug paraphernalia charges. He was able to keep his license, his job and his continue his family responsibilities as well.

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