dangerous drugPOSSESSION OF DANGEROUS DRUG
Case No. 1785076 – Brandon L.

DISMISSED BY OUR FIRST COURT APPEARANCE

Brandon had only been off a POM probation for several months when investigated without probable cause for a second possible marijuana possession. There were several problems with the investigation, search and facts of the case all of which we exploited for an early Dismissal: Police were alerted to defendant’s alleged suspicious activity in a mall parking lot on an anonymous tip; he was questioned and taken without sufficient evidence from inside the mall to his vehicle for an illegal search based on no probable cause and no permission granted; his rights were not read. Pain medication was found inside his vehicle with another person’s name on the bottle. We obtained an Affidavit from the owner of the medication and argued our various defenses for a quick Dismissal on the grounds that the State was “unable to prove unlawful possession.”

Carl Haggard fought for me and got my case dismissed on the first court date. He handled the case very professionally, along with making my family and me comfortable. Prior to going to court he advised me of everything to get that I would need to help him get the quick Dismissal.
~ Brandon L.